Kendra N. Bryant

Associate Professor | Director of Composition
North Carolina A&T State University

Kendra N. Bryant is an assistant professor of English and the composition director at North Carolina A&T State University, Greensboro. Bryant obtained her Ph.D. in Rhetoric & Composition from the University of South Florida. Bryant has published peer-reviewed essays in journals like CLAJ, Journal of Basic Writing, and Studies in Popular Culture. She is also the editor of Engaging 21st Century Writers with Social Media, IGI-Global Publishers, 2016. 

  1. Critical Race Theory

    What Is Critical Race Theory (CRT)? Critical race theory (CRT), which is often defined by Kimberlé Crenshaw’s intersectionality, is — at its most basic explication — a lens, a perspective, through which folks, traditionally legal and sociological scholars, examine race matters and power dynamics. Related Concepts: Composing, Writing, and Drafting; Intellectual Openness; Literacy; Research; Rhetorical Analysis; Rhetorical Reasoning Critical race...

    Published on Jan 28th 2023