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Join the Department of Africana Studies for our 2019-2020 Speaker Series:
Wednesday, September 25, 5:30-7:30pm in 116 Gore Hall:
Please join us for Dr. Tanisha C. Ford’s book party, celebrating the release of her book “Dressed in Dreams." Tanisha C. Ford is an Associate Professor of Africana Studies and History at the University of Delaware.
Thursday, October 3, 5:00-7:00pm in Trabant Center Theatre:
Please join us for a talk commemorating 400 Years of Black Presence in the United States. Dr. Claudrena N. Harold is a Professor of African American and African Studies and History at the University of Virginia.
Monday, October 14, 5:30-7:30pm in 116 Gore Hall:
Please join us for Dr. Carl Suddler’s talk, celebrating the release of his first book “Presumed Criminal: Black Youth and the Justice System in Postwar New York." Carl Suddler is an Assistant Professor of History at Emory University.
The Africana Studies Speaker Series is free and open to the public. Most lectures are 30-45 minutes, followed by open discussion. Participants are encouraged to come and enjoy this vibrant and stimulating exchange of ideas.
For more information on this series or any of our lectures please call the Department of Africana Studies at (302) 831-2897.
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