APA

Ursin, R. A. (2010). Slavery as a Site of Memory: Interracial Intersubjectivity in the Historical Novels of Sherley Anne Williams, Caryl Phillips and Edward P. Jones [University of Notre Dame]. https://curate.nd.edu/show/h702q526s68

MLA

Ursin, Reanna A. “Slavery as a Site of Memory: Interracial Intersubjectivity in the Historical Novels of Sherley Anne Williams, Caryl Phillips and Edward P. Jones.” 3 Jun. 2010. <https://curate.nd.edu/show/h702q526s68>

Chicago

Ursin, Reanna A. 2010. “Slavery as a Site of Memory: Interracial Intersubjectivity in the Historical Novels of Sherley Anne Williams, Caryl Phillips and Edward P. Jones.” University of Notre Dame. https://curate.nd.edu/show/h702q526s68.

Harvard

Ursin, R. A. (2010) Slavery as a Site of Memory: Interracial Intersubjectivity in the Historical Novels of Sherley Anne Williams, Caryl Phillips and Edward P. Jones. University of Notre Dame. Available at: https://curate.nd.edu/show/h702q526s68.

BibTex

@phdthesis{ursin_2010, title={Slavery as a Site of Memory: Interracial Intersubjectivity in the Historical Novels of Sherley Anne Williams, Caryl Phillips and Edward P. Jones}, url={https://curate.nd.edu/show/h702q526s68}, school={University of Notre Dame}, author={Ursin, Reanna A.}, year={2010}, month={Jun} }