Kenton Rambsy

Project Digital Initiative Coordinator for English
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Kenton Rambsy serves as the Project Digital Initiative Coordinator for the HBW. He is a 2010 Magna Cum-Laude, Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Morehouse College. He finished Morehouse as the top ranking scholar in the English department and received the distinction of being named the 2010 William Pickens Scholar. In 2008, he received a UNCF/Mellon-Mays Fellowship, and in 2009, he received Schomburg-Mellon Humanities Fellowship. Having served as a research assistant at both Vanderbilt University's Bishop Joseph Johnson Black Cultural Center in Nashville, Tennessee and Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History in Atlanta, Georgia, Kenton brings his experiences to the HBW as he seeks to highlight the program's collections through digital mediums. Currently, he is a graduate student of Literature and Theory at the University of Kansas.


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