Kenton Rambsy is an assistant professor of African American literature and digital humanities at the University of Texas at Arlington. He has written scholarly articles about text-mining short stories by Zora Neale Hurston, Richard Wright, Edward P. Jones, and lyrics by Jay Z. He has blogged extensively about African American literature, digital humanities topics, rap music, and other topics related to Black Studies.
Email: kenton.rambsy (at) uta.edu
• A notebook of blog entries (listed chronologically) by Kenton Rambsy
• A notebook of blog entries on authors and artists by Kenton Rambsy
• A notebook on short stories by black writers
• A notebook on digital humanities