Huskers digitize Chesnutt’s writings

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Posted July 2, 2019 by Jeff Wilkerson

Charles Chesnutt is one of the most significant African American writers in American literature. Thanks to $292,627 in support from the National Endowment for the Humanities, a team of Husker researchers will be able to expand a digital archive to include all of the writer’s published fiction and nonfiction work.

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