Ceron L. Bryant is an Assistant Professor at American University of Iraq, Sulaimani, where he has been a faculty member since August 2016. He is the advisor for the Alpha Group, and he is also the founder and advisor of the English Club.
Ceron completed his Ph.D. at Florida State University and his undergraduate studies at Talladega College. His research interests lie in the area of Composition, African American Studies and World Literature. In recent years, he has focused on better techniques for expressing, analyzing, and executing discussions of cultural studies. He has collaborated actively with researchers in several other disciplines of social science, particularly world history on issues that discuss the intersection of marginalized groups and how the are represented in literature and history.
Bryant, Ceron. “Seeking Peace: The Application of Third Space Theory in Toni
Morrison’s Sula.” College Language Association Journal. 56:3 (2013-2015): 251-266. Print.
Bryant, Ceron. “(Re)Locating the ‘Debil Woman’ Using Orality for Transcendence and a Free ‘In-Between’ Space in Sherley Anne Williams’s
Dessa Rose” by Making Connections: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Cultural Diversity. 16:1 (2015): 1-10. Print.
Bryant, Ceron. "'What Do the Blues do for You?' Relying on the Blues for
Liberating and Transcendent Space in Gayl Jones's Corregidora" (Accepted For Publication, At Print). The Griot.