The success of Not Even Past is made possible by a remarkable group of writers, both graduate students and faculty. Not Even Past Author Spotlights are designed to celebrate our most prolific authors by bringing all of their published content across the magazine together on a single page. The focus is especially on work published by UT graduate students. In this NEP author’s spotlight, we highlight the numerous contributions to the magazine made by Tiana Wilson. | Mar 21, 2021
Perspectives Daily | Remote Reflections
Feb 2, 2021
Texas State Historical Association (TSHA) Handbook of Texas Women | Biographical Entry
Cite Black Women | Mar 20, 2020
Ethnic and Third World Literatures (E3W) 20 | UT-Austin | Spring 2020
Feminessay | Jun 11, 2019
I served as a research fellow for the TSHA's Handbook of Texas Women. My responsibilities included researching and writing several biographical entries on Black women involved in the Black Freedom Stuggle. I am also experienced in writing biographical entries with the Oxford University Press' African American National Biography.
Photo credits: Junior normal class of Fisk University, Nashville, Tennesse [Between 1890 and 1906] Photograph. accessed via loc.gov.
I currently have an essay under review for the Journal of African American History. In this article I explore the intersections of black internationalism, gender, and religion. More information coming soon! Photo credits: Photo of Donna Hightower by Hugo van Gelderen, Dutch National Archives, April 10, 1964.
I am a well-trained researcher with excellent skills in analyzing large amounts of knowledge and making the information digestible for public audiences. I work well under pressure and can produce high-quality work in short periods of time. I have strong interpersonal skills and work with a wide variety of people. Some of my previous employers include Southern Poverty Law Center and Macmillan Holdings.