Professor Stefan Wheelock In Mob Rule in New Orleans, the journalist Ida B. Wells-Barnett uses multiple narrators to show how different people can have different perspectives on one incident involving the police and the community.  I am fascinated by how literary expression is inescapable whenever we write down what we see, think, and feel, especially in the form a narrative. My teaching and research explore how non-fiction in all its varied narrative forms behaves as literature, using some measure of artfulness to convey the truth.

--Professor Stefan Wheelock, George Mason English