Charlotte C. Teague

Charlotte C. Teague, Ph.D., is associate professor and chairperson of English & Foreign Languages at Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University (AAMU) where she specializes in professional writing, Black women writers, and protest literature. Her recent scholarship centers Margaret Walker and Alice Walker, and she is currently working on a Civil Rights Literature project titled: “Subversive Narratives: Toni Morrison and Claudia Rankin Raising Objections, Raising the Dead, and Raising Hell,” forthcoming in 2024. Dr. Teague earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees at AAMU, an additional masters from the University of Alabama in Huntsville, and her PhD in English from Morgan State University. She has taught English at Alabama A&M University for more than 20 years.