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educator , writer

Eisa Nefertari Ulen, American writer, educator. Frederick Douglass Creative Arts Center fellow 1995, Fine Arts Work Center scholar Provincetown, 1999; nominated National Association Black Journalists award Essence Magazine, 2002. Junior committee member Boy's Harbor Incorporated, New York York City, 1992-1995.

Background

Ulen, Eisa Nefertari was born on December 22, 1968 in Philadelphia, United States. Daughter of Clive Antony Ulen and Cheryl Theresa Duguid.

Education

Bachelor, Sarah Lawrence College, 1990. Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1995.

Career

Member staff Hunter College, New York City, since 1996. Instructor Hunter College, since 2002, member staff, since 2003.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author (with others): Am I the Last Virgin?, 1997, Letters of Intent: Women Cross the Generations to Talk about Family, Work, Sex, Love and the Future of Feminism, 1999, Sacred Fire: The QBR 100 Essential Black Books, 1999, Living Free Within Ourselves: Lessons for Black Writers, 1999, Step into a World: A Global Anthology of the New Black Literature, 2000, The African American Guide to Writing and Publishing Nonfiction, 2002, Teaching for Change, 2003, American Now: Short Readings from Recent Periodical, 2002. Contributor to anthologies, professional journals and magazines.

Membership

Junior committee member Boy's Harbor Incorporated, New York York City, 1992-1995.

Connections

father:
Clive Antony Ulen

mother:
Cheryl Theresa Duguid