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Monet Timmons received her B.A. in English and African American Studies
at Emory University in Atlanta, GA. Her research focuses on Black women
in the archive from the late 19th century to the early 20th century.
Through public humanities
work, her research uncovers the fragments of these archives to reveal
the complexities of these women's lives to make a larger intervention
about Black women’s lived experiences across space and time. Monet is
currently a third-year English PhD student and
an African American Public Humanities (AAPHI) Fellow at the University
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