Skip to Main Content
Sign In
Toggle Navigation

Open the Navigation Management window, which can be used to view the full current branch of the menu tree, and edit it.

  • EMail

University of Delaware Staff

Image Picker for Section 0

 For Google

  • Tiffany E. Barber, Assistant Professor of Africana Studies

    Assistant Professor of Africana Studies
    University of Delaware
    428 Ewing Hall
    Newark, DE 19716


    ​Tiffany E. Barber is a scholar, curator, and writer of twentieth and twenty-first century visual art, new media, and performance. Her work focuses on artists of the black diaspora working in the United States and the broader Atlantic world. She is Assistant Professor of Africana Studies at the University of Delaware.


    20th and 21st century American and African American art and their histories | arts and culture of the black diaspora | women in art | performance in the visual field | aesthetic criticism and theory | historiographical methods | the erotics of race | histories of exhibition and curation | theories of publics and public space


    University of Rochester, Visual and Cultural Studies, Department of Art and Art History, PhD, 2017


    “Can You Be BLACK and Make This?” Rhizomes (solicited; forthcoming)
    Ghostcatching and After Ghostcatching, Dances in the Dark,” Dance Research Journal 47, 1 (April 2015), 44-67.

    Book Chapters
    “Cyborg Grammar? Reading Wangechi Mutu’s Non je ne regrette rien through Kindred,” in Afrofuturism 2.0: The Rise of Astroblackness, Eds. Reynaldo Anderson and Charles Jones (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2016)

    Other Publications
    “25 Years of Black Speculative Thought: A Roundtable,” TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies (forthcoming)

    “Close Up: Beyoncé: Media and Cultural Icon: A Conversation with Salamishah Tillet,” Black Camera: An International Film Journal 9, 1 (Fall 2017), 205-216. 

    “Dark Humor and the African American Image,” in Dark Humor: Joyce J. Scott and Peter Williams, Exh. Cat. (Towson, MD: Towson University, 2017)



Page Settings and MetaData:
(Not Shown on the Page)
Page Settings
MetaData for Search Engine Optimization
University of Delaware
<a target="_blank" href="/Lists/Bios/AllItems.aspx" class="ms-promotedActionButton"> <span style="font-size:16px;margin-right:5px;position:relative;top:2px;" class="fa fa-pencil-square-o"></span><span class="ms-promotedActionButton-text">EDIT LIST</span> </a> <a target="_blank" href="/cas-it/utility/ir-bio" class="ms-promotedActionButton"> <span style="font-size:16px;margin-right:5px;position:relative;top:2px;" class="fa fa-crop"></span><span class="ms-promotedActionButton-text">CROP IMAGES</span> </a> <a target="_blank" href="/Images%20Bios/Forms/Thumbnails.aspx" class="ms-promotedActionButton"> <span style="font-size:16px;margin-right:5px;position:relative;top:2px;" class="fa fa-camera"></span><span class="ms-promotedActionButton-text">UPLOAD IMAGES</span> </a> <a target="_blank" href="/Documents Bios CVs/Forms/AllItems.aspx" class="ms-promotedActionButton"> <span style="font-size:16px;margin-right:5px;position:relative;top:2px;" class="fa fa-file-text"></span><span class="ms-promotedActionButton-text">UPLOAD CV'S</span> </a> WebPartEditorsOnly
  • Department of Africana Studies
  • 417 Ewing Hall, 15 Orchard Road
  • Newark, DE 19716, USA
  • University of Delaware
  • Phone: 302-831-2897
  • Center for Black Culture
  • African Studies Program
  • Black Student Union
  • Christina Cultural Arts Center
  • Black Graduate Student Association
  • National Council for Black Students