Dr. Cheryl R. Hopson received her PhD in English from the University of Kentucky in 2008. She is a native of Roanoke, Virginia, and has lived in Kentucky, on and off, since 2002. Cheryl is an assistant professor of African American Studies at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green. She is an essayist and a poet. Finishing Line Press published her chapbooks, Fragile (2017) and Black Notes (2013). Cheryl has published articles on novelists Zora Neale Hurston and Alice Walker, memoirist Rebecca Walker, as well as articles on Black feminist sisterhood, and Alice Walker's novel The Color Purple. Cheryl lives in Bowling Green with her small and cherished family.
For more information about Cheryl R. Hopson's accomplishments and impact, visit "Dr. Cheryl Hopson - Assistant Professor," African American Studies Staff - Western Kentucky University.
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