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Sharon Raynor received her M.A. in English at East Carolina University and her Ph.D. in Literature and Criticism at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She taught at East Carolina University for seven years and is currently Assistant Professor at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte. She works extensively with Vietnam veterans and the oral history project, “Breaking the Silence: The Unspoken Brotherhood of Vietnam Veterans.” Other areas of interest include women’s studies, African-American studies/literature, and oral history. A member of the American Folklore Society, she serves as an oral history workshop leader for the Veterans History Project.

Resources created by Sharon Raynor

Something he couldn't write about: Telling my Daddy's story of Vietnam
In Postwar North Carolina, page 7.3
A personal history of growing up the daughter of a Vietnam veteran and of coming to terms with the war and its legacy.
Format: essay
By Sharon Raynor.
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