Janee A. Moses is a feminist, cultural, oral historian who specifies in the study of twentieth century American culture. Through an interdisciplinary approach, utilizing primarily history, literature, and queer studies, Janee seeks to excavate the history of American women during the twentieth century. Her research interests include:
-Black Radical Traditions of the twentieth century
-The Black Arts Movement in Newark, NJ
-The Spirit House in Newark, NJ
-The history of women participants in Black social and political movements
-Love as an historical analysis
Janee is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor's degree in History. She will earn her master's degree in Oral History from Columbia University's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences in May 2014. During the fall of 2014, Janee will begin a doctoral program at the University of Michigan in American Culture.