Fall 2010 Lecture Series

Sept. 7, 4pm

African American Studies Opening Reception

Sept. 11, 3pm

UMOJA Back to School BBQ

Sept. 14, 4pm

Hurricane Katrina: Five Years Later

Sept. 21, 4pm

A Lecture by Averil Clarke

Sept. 28, 4pm

African American Studies Film Series – Their Eyes Were Watching God

Oct. 5, 4pm

A Lecture by Karen Richardson

Oct. 7, 6pm

UMOJA Film Series – Imitation of Life

Oct. 12, 4pm

A Lecture by Reuben May

Oct. 19, 4pm

Remapping Resistance: Anticolonialism in the United States, 1945-1960 A Lecture by John Munro

Oct. 26-28

AFRICAN AMERICANS AND US FOREIGN POLICY A two-day conference by the African American Studies Program and the African Presidential Archives and Research Center

Oct. 29, 6pm

African American Studies Alumni Reception

Nov. 2, 4pm

Monstrous Intimacies: Making Post-Slavery Subjects A Lecture by Christina Sharpe

Nov. 16, 4pm

Wily Patients, Welfare Queens, and the Reiteration of Race in the United States A Lecture by Khiara Bridges

Nov. 30, 4pm

Segregation or Thinking Black?: The Historical Development of Black-Focused Schools in London and Toronto, 1968-2008 A Lecture by Lauri Johnson

Dec. 3, 12pm

Acts of Reparation and the Social Life of DNA A Lecture by Alondra Nelson

Dec. 9, 4pm

Black Studies in the 21st Century A Lecture by Noliwe Rooks