Megan Lewis Audio Books

Megan Lewis Audio Books

Dr. Megan Lewis is a South African American theater, performance, and film scholar concerned with the staging of national identity, gender, and race in a variety of performance media, including monuments and public pageants, traditional staged texts, and documentary and narrative films. She is an assistant professor at the University of Massachusetts–Amherst. 

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