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 Sharon Wallace
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Sharon Wallace

Wallace, Sharon Dr.

Humanities, Social Sciences and Communication

Adjunct Faculty


Dissertation:  African American Women Playwrights and the Empowerment of Black Women.


Sharon’s work examines how plays written by African American women represent the trials and tribulation of African American women which may be interpret as motivating to triumph over impediments of gender and racial oppression. She is interested in how Black women dramatists incorporate the struggle for civil rights and gender equality into literary activism, and how their plays not only give power to African American women but lay the foundations for enduring social and political change.


Currently, Wallace is revising two books for children.



Doctor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Studies, concentration Humanities and Culture.

Union Institute & University, Cincinnati, OH 2014

Master of Fine Arts in Playwriting, Plainfield, Vermont, 2007

Master of Liberal Arts, concentration English Literature, Detroit, MI 2003

Bachelor of Arts in English Literature, Detroit, MI 2000


Honors, Awards and Memberships

1999-2000 Student of the Year Award, Marygrove College

2000 Bernard DeRoches English Award, Department of English, Marygrove College

2000 Stellar Award, Marygrove College

2000 The Heart and Soul Award Outstanding Student Service Award, Michigan Compact




Peer Review Journals

“Location Unknown”.  Peeling Vidalias 15 Women and One Man, vol. 1, June 1999

“In Search of a Woman,” “Inheritance’, “My Passions and the Practical Self’. Maxis Review



“White Socks’ Howling Wolf #11 Chapbook


“Black Theater Is Black Life an Oral History of Chicago Theater and Dance 1970-2010”, [Book Review] Journal of Pan African Studies


“Womanist and Black Feminist Responses to Tyler Perry’s Productions [Book Review] Journal of Pan African Studies



UI&U Conference Day 2008-14

2016 Trends in Occupation Studies Conferences:  The English Classroom as Theater.



Student Ambassador 1999-2010


Completed Plays

A Life of its Own: 1967, A Long Way Home, Adaptation: Out of the Lions Paw.


Courses Taught

Com 1103 English Composition                                                                                                                                          

LLT: 1223 World Masterpieces 1                                                                                                            

LLT: 1224 World Masterpieces II                                                                                                               

SSC 2413 Foundations of the American Experience.                                                                            

SSC 2423 Development of the American Experience.


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