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Kimberly Mack (PhD UCLA) is an Assistant Professor and specializes in African American literature and culture, twentieth- and twenty-first century ethnic American literature, autobiographical narratives, and American popular music. She is the author of “‘There’s No Home for You Here’: Jack White and the Unsolvable Problem of Blues Authenticity” (Musical Autobiographies, ed. Martin Butler and Daniel Stein, special issue of Popular Music and Society, 2015) and articles and reviews in various international and national music publications. Dr. Mack teaches courses on the undergraduate and graduate levels on African American literature and culture, as well as other courses for majors and non-majors, including Writing About Literature; Contemporary Literary Theories and Criticism; and Postcolonial, Diasporic, and Nonwhite Communities.