Faculty Events

Tues., Feb. 23 | 6–7:30 PM ET
Black Radical: The Life and Times of Legendary Boston Black Activist William Monroe Trotter
Description: Book talk with Dr. Kerri K. Greenidge, Mellon Assistant Professor, Department of Studies in Race, Colonialism, and Diaspora at Tufts University. Moderated by Dick Lehr, Professor of Journalism, Boston University. Presentation by Dr. Paula Austin, Assistant Professor of History & African American Studies, Boston University
Via Zoom with Registration

Tues., Feb. 2 | 8 PM ET
Louis Chude-Sokei and Frank B. Wilderson III for FLOATING IN A MOST PECULIAR WAY
A celebration of the release of Floating in a Most Peculiar Way with Louis Chude-Sokei and Frank B. Wilderson III. This event will be held digitally via Crowdcast.
More info here.