Awards & Winners

Mab Segrest

Date of Birth 20-February-1949
Place of Birth Alabama
(United States of America, Contiguous United States)
Nationality United States of America
Profession Author, Writer
Mab Segrest is an American feminist writer and activist. Mab Segrest is best known for her 1994 autobiographical work Memoir of a Race Traitor. In the 1970s, Segrest moved to North Carolina to attend Duke University, where she earned her PhD in English literature in 1979. While studying at Duke, and for several years thereafter, she taught English at nearby Campbell University. Since 2002, Segrest has worked at Connecticut College in New London, Connecticut. In 2004, Segrest was appointed the Fuller-Matthai Professor of Gender & Women's Studies there. Currently she is on sabbatical and has a fellowship at Emory to research a book or series of books about the Central State Hospital in Milledgeville, Georgia.

Awards by Mab Segrest

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Lambda Literary Award for Editor's Choice Award
Honored for : Memoir of a Race Traitor

Nominations 1994 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Lambda Literary Award for Lesbian Biography/Autobiography Memoir of a Race Traitor