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Commencement Rites at the Tree of Creativity: A Lecture in Three Acts 2016 Toni Morrison Lectures
From Ferguson to Flint: Race, Neoliberalism and Black Politics Today 2016 Reflections on African American Studies Lecture
Afro-Asian Atlantic: Literature, Reggae, and the Caribbean 2016 AAS Event
Causes and Consequences of Racial Bias in Law Enforcement 2016 Inequality Science Series
Ghosts of Amistad, Film Screening and Discussion with Author 2016 Film Screening
Between the Lines at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture 2016
Video
Book Launch: From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation 2016
Race and Privilege: Exploring MLK’s Two Americas 2016
Democracy in Black: How Race Still Enslaves the American Soul 2016
Reach in, Teach in: Black Activism and Consciousness at Princeton 2015 AAS Event
Race and Menthol in America 2015 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Faculty Brown Bag Seminar: Democracy in Black 2015 Faculty Seminar
Confronting a Tainted Legacy: Slavery and Justice at Brown University 2015
Video
Entitlements and the Entitled: Addiction-As-Disability and White Privilege in the Prescription Opioid ‘Epidemic’ 2015 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Screening of Difret (2014) 2015 Film Screening
African Memory and the Crisis of the Present 2015
Sapphire in the Hyperreal: Toward a Methodology of Anger 2015 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Getting Your Work Out There: Tips on Journal and Book Publishing 2015 Graduate Affairs
Black / Queer Ontologies Graduate Conference 2015
The Life and Struggles of Our Mother Walatta Petros 2015 Book Release
The Benefits of a Cultural Match: The Case of Social Class and Higher Education 2015 Inequality Science Series
Video
Tentacular Faces: Forensic Identification and the Return of the Phenotype 2015 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Becoming History: The Spatial Politics of the Black American Public Sphere 1895-1965 2015
Race as a Risk Factor in Public Health Research 2015
Panel Discussion: The Social Psychology of Inequality 2015 Inequality Science Series
Video
Ferguson is the Future: Incubating Alternative Worlds Through Arts, Activism, and Scholarship 2015 AAS Conference
Video
African American Studies Class Day 2015 2015 AAS Event
Ferguson as a Failure of the Humanities 2015 AAS Event
Video
Lisa Nakamura on Black Studies in the Digital Age 2015 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Unpacking Illegality: Empowering Undocumented Students in Higher Education 2015 Princeton Dream Team Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
A Conversation with El Anatsui 2015 Art & Archaelogy Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Video
Black Trans Lives Matter with CeCe McDonald 2015 AAS Event
Audio
Book Discussion on Freedom Time: Negritude, Decolonization, and the Future of the World 2015 History of a Book
Ending War?: Decolonial Democracy Against Neoliberalism 2015 Toni Morrison Lectures
Video
Other Brown Bodies: World War on Working Class 2015 Toni Morrison Lectures
Video
John Brown’s Body: Abolition Democracy Against Perpetual War 2015 Toni Morrison Lectures
Video
Tahir Hemphill on Black Studies in the Digital Age 2015 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Book Discussion on Keys to the Schoolhouse: Black Teachers, Privatization, and the Future of Teacher Unions 2015 Program in Teacher Preparation Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Janet Mock & Imani Perry in Conversation 2015 LGBT Center Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Attica Blues: Racism, State Violence, and the Neoliberal Turn 2015 Fellow Talk
Panel Discussion on Twentieth Century Struggles 2015 History Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Panel Discussion on Empire and Jim Crow 2015 History Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Panel Discussion Migration and Mobility in the Post-Emancipation Atlantic 2015 History Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Roundtable Discussion on Reparations in the United States and the Caribbean 2015 History Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Panel Discussion on Nineteenth Century Emancipations 2015 History Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Book Discussion on Punished: Policing the Lives of Black and Latino Boys 2015 AAS Event
Sartorial Black Gender and Fashion in the Diaspora 2015 English Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Africa’s Repositioning in the Changing Global Political Economy 2015 PIIRS Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Panel Discussion on Romare Bearden’s The Block II 2015 Council of the Humanities Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Faculty Brown Bag with Stacey Sinclair 2015 Faculty Seminar
Fans, Fanfiction and the Media, Publishing, and Entertainment Industries 2015 English Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Alexander Weheliye on Black Studies in the Digital Age 2015 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Political Expression and Activism in Today’s NBA with Adam Silver 2015 Sports, Race and Society Lectures
Video
Book Discussion on Girls in Justice 2015 Council of the Humanities Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Book Discussion on The First Civil Right: How Liberals Built Prison America 2015 Labyrinth Books Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
D. Fox Harrell on Black Studies in the Digital Age 2015 Faculty Graduate Seminar
American Confinement: Race, Visuality, and History in the Quotidan 2015 American Studies Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Vincent Brown on Black Studies in the Digital Age 2015 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Ferguson: A Nation of Laws and a History of Injustice 2015 AAS Event
Book Discussion on White Bound: Nationalists, Antiracists, and the Shared Meanings of Race 2015 Sociology Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Malcolm X: Life After Death 2015 Office of Religious Life with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Malcolm X Reconsidered: A Voice for Our Times 2015 Office of Religious Life with AAS Co-Sponsorship
A Conversation with Misty Copeland 2015 Lewis Center for the Arts Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Malcolm X (1992) 2015 Office of Religious Life with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Awake Zion (2013) 2015 Film Screening
Kelly Josephs on Black Studies in the Digital Age 2015 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Growing Up X 2015 Office of Religious Life with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Foreign Worker, or Foreign Talent: Hierarchies, Perceptions, and Keeping Whole Communities in Servitude 2015 Gender and Sexuality Studies Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
The Disability in Racial Dystopias 2015 Interdepartmental Event
Queer Metrics: Towards an Anthropology of Small Things 2015 Interdepartmental Event
Angel Nieves on Black Studies in the Digital Age 2014 Faculty Graduate Seminar
In Search of Common Ground: Fighting for Community & Justice in New Orleans 2014 AAS Event
Why Are White People Called ‘Caucasian?’ 2014 Interdepartmental Event
Bill T. Jones Presents Story/Time: The Life of an Idea 2014 Princeton Public Library Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
A Conversation with Artists René Stout and Radcliffe Bailey for Kongo across the Waters 2014 Kongo Arts in Africa and the World
Abduil Alkalimat on Black Studies in the Digital Age 2014 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Donald Consentino on Konga Arts in Africa and the World 2014 Art & Archaelogy Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Faculty Brown Bag with Kinohi Nishikawa 2014 Faculty Seminar
Deborah Silverman on Kongo Arts in Africa and the World 2014 Art & Archaelogy Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Book Discussion on Unflattening 2014 English Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Art of Power, Power of Art for Kongo across the Waters 2014 Kongo Arts in Africa and the World
Black Thought in the Hour of Chaos: A Conversation about the Courage of People 2014 Conversation Series
Transcript
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Dear White People (2014) 2014 Film Screening
Tips on Applying for Fellowships in the Humanities and Social Sciences 2014 Graduate Affairs
Kongo in Carolina: Art, History and the Politics of Authenticity 2014 Kongo Arts in Africa and the World
Marisa Parham on Black Studies in the Digital Age 2014 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Book Discussion on Sensational Flesh: Race, Power, and Masochism 2014 English Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Race and Surveillance: From Times of Slavery to the Computer Age 2014 Center for Migration and Development Event
Simone Browne on Black Studies in the Digital Age 2014 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Do Gandhi’s Teachings Have a Place in Palestine? 2014 Interdepartmental Event
Bàrbaro Martínez-Ruiz on Kongo Arts in Africa and the World 2014 Art & Archaelogy Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Legacies of Black Feminisms 2014 Conference
Ferguson: The Community Responds 2014 The Center for the Study of Religion with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Panel Discussion on the Salaita Case and Beyond 2014 History Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
At Work with Artwork 2014 Princeton Art Museum Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
A Reading by Nathanial Mackey 2014 English Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Jessica Marie Johnson on Black Studies in the Digital Age 2014 Faculty Graduate Seminar
African American Studies Class Day 2014 2014 Class Day
Patriots or Invaders?: Immigrants in the Military in Modern America 2014 Interdepartmental Event
A Performance by Jean Grae 2014 AAS Event
Women in the Academy: Life as a Professor 2014 Graduate Affairs
Literature, Empire, and Tropic Death: Black Hemispheric Modernity and the Harlem Renaissance 2014 Postdoctoral Talk
African American Studies’ Visual Turn: Souls Illustrated 2014 Reflections on African American Studies Lecture
Video
Lesbian Mermaids, Occult Melodramas and West African Video 2014 Vampires and Zombies The Better to Theorize with You
Islamic Roots of the Blues: Songs & Stories of Enslaved Muslims in America 2014
A Performance by Beau Sia and G. Yamazawa 2014
Photography and Race in the Americas: Beyond Fixity 2014
Supernational Strategies for Freaking Out 2014
African Vampires in the Age of Globalization 2014 Vampires and Zombies The Better to Theorize with You
The Stuart Hall Project (2013) 2014 Film Screening
Andy Warhol’s Skin Problems 2014 Graduate Affairs
Panel Discussion on the Condition of African American Art Scholarship 2014
Some Speculations on Sentiment: Women and Public History 2014 English Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Building A New Criminal Justice: Mobilizing Students 2014 Co-Sponsored Conference
Swahili Talk About Supernatural Sodomy 2014 Vampires and Zombies The Better to Theorize with You
Panel Discussion and Keynote on Socioeconomic Diversity in the Ivy League 2014
Identity and Inclusivity: Fostering a Community of Individuals 2014
Capitalism and the Black Political Imagination 2014 Graduate Affairs
The Strange Career of Black Liberalism 2014 History Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Zombie Trajectories: On The Migration of the Undead in the Afro 2014 Vampires and Zombies The Better to Theorize with You
Zombie Trajectories: On the Migration of the Undead in the Afro 2014 Vampires and Zombies The Better to Theorize with You
Race, Dreamers, and Latina Literature 2014 English Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Modeling Consensus: The Kerner Commission Response to Urban Rioting in Newark 2014
Genes, Risk, Race, and Policy 2014
BYP 100 Strategic Planning Weekend 2014 Hosted Conference
Race and Religion in American History 2014
Tiya Miles in Conversation with Martha Sandweiss 2014
Health and The City: Difference, Rights, Belonging 2014
The Rise of Post-Racial Politics & the Retreat from Racial Equality 2014
Colorblindness and the Myth of Post-Racialism 2014
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iV 2014 Co-Sponsored Conference
Black Churches, Black Mosques 2013
Yosvany Terry Quintet Performance 2013 Performance
The Intersections Working Group Presents Prof. Werner Sollors (Harvard University) and Prof. Glenda Carpio (Harvard University) 2013 Intersection Working Group
Afro-Beat Masterclass 2013
12 Years a Slave (2013) 2013 Film Screening
Socialism in Black Queer Time: The Nineteen Seventies and the Erotic Potentials of Radical Politics 2013 Postdoctoral Talk
The Intersections Working Group Presents Prof. Brent Edwards (Columbia University) and Poet, Kevin Young 2013
The Intersections Working Group Presents – A Poetry Reading by Kevin Young, Distinguished Poet and National Book Award Finalist 2013
Book Discussion on The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks 2013 AAS Event
The Work of Alexandra Vazquez 2013 History of a Book
A Graduation Celebration for the Class of 2013 2013 Class Day Celebration
Black Theatre at Princeton: A State of the Union Forum 2013
Racial Collisions: Race, Status, and Interactional Failure 2013
Big Bad Racists, Subtle Prejudice and Minority Victims: An Agent Based Model of the Dynamics of Racial Inequality” by Quincy Thomas Stewart 2013
Acting White’ after Brown: Race, Culture, and Institutional Structures 2013
The Black Russian 2013
Exile, Race, and Gender: Alternative Genealogies of Dominican Culture 2013
“Don’t Forget to Feed the Loas:” Near Ancestry in Contemporary Black Arts 2013 Toni Morrison Lectures
Video
“The Idea of Ancestry” in Contemporary Black Art 2013 Toni Morrison Lectures
Video
A Reading of The Reading Project 2013
Frontiers of the Plantation: The Aesthetics of Racial Capitalism 2013
The Islamic Case for Same-Sex Love 2013
African American Studies and the Lessons of Experience 2013 Reflections on African American Studies Lecture
Video
W.E.B. Du Bois and Scientific Sociology 2013
Writing, Food, Intimacy 2013 Critical Encounters Series
A Performance by Charles Lloyd and Maria Farantouri 2013 Performance
The Environmental Humanities in a Changing World 2013
Faculty Brown Bag with Joshua Guild 2013 Faculty Seminar
The Work of Simon Gikandi 2013 History of a Book
Natasha Trethewey and Tracy K. Smith in Conversation 2013 Conversation Series
Video
Applying for Grants & Fellowships, Big & Small 2013 Graduate Affairs
Taste of Carnival 2013
Elaine Pagels presents Art, Music, and Politics in the Book of Revelation 2013 James Baldwin Lecture
Video
Monk’s Mood: A Performance Meditation on the Life and Music of Thelonious Monk 2012 Performance
The Trauma of Legitimacy: Black Scholars and Memory in the Age of Black Studies 2012
Inaugural Black Queer Sexuality Studies Graduate Student Conference 2012
Sites of Slavery: Citizenship and Racial Democracy in the Age of Obama 2012
The OpEd Project’s Public Voices Thought Leadership Project 2012
2012 Callalloo Conference 2012 Hosted Conference
Freedom Riders: 1961 and the Struggle for Racial Justice 2012
It’s All in the Numbers: The 99 Percent Occupiers, the 47 Percent Victims, The 14 Percent Unemployed, The 1st Mormon Candidate, the 44th President and the 2012 Elections 2012 Wilson College Signature
I Dream of Chang and Eng 2012 Critical Encounters Series
A Reading of Home by Toni Morrison 2012
A Lecture by John Carlos 2012
The Black Revolution on Campus 2012 Reflections on African American Studies Lecture
With Time 2012 Toni Morrison Lectures
Video
Imprisoned in a Luminous Glare: Photography and the African American Freedom Struggle 2012
Story/Time 2012 Toni Morrison Lectures
Video
Past Time 2012 Toni Morrison Lectures
Video
A Lecture by Fazal Sheikh, award 2012 Wilson College Signature
We The People”: Two For Princeton (William Alexander Percy vs John Doar) 2012
Modern America Workshop – Tomiko Brown-Nagin 2012 English Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
A Veritable Little Harlem: The New Negro Renaissance in the American West 2012
Listening to Chicana Music, Sounding Borderlands Imaginaries 2012
Slavery By Another Name (2012) 2012 Film Screening
Introducing African Athena and Parsing the Classical Toni Morrison 2012
The Touring Machine (Flesh Thought Inside Out) 2012
Uncovering Blackness: Challenging Ideology and Creating Black Spaces in Contemporary Cuba 2012
A lecture by Professor Lawrence “Larry” E. Bobo 2012 "Postracial Dreams, American Realities"
A lecture by Lawrence “Larry” E. Bobo, Harvard University 2012 "Postracial Dreams, American Realities"
A Conversation with Emily Mann & Danai Gurira about “The Convert 2012
African Film Series – Chocolat 2011
Where Do We Go From Here? 2011
Video
African Film Series – La Vie Est Belle 2011
Hands on the Freedom Plow 2011
African Film Series – Tsotsi 2011
Historian’s Eye 2011
African Film Series – O Heroi 2011
Wilson College Signature Lecture Series – Zadie Smith 2011 Wilson College Signature
African Film Series – Sisters-in-Law 2011
Religion and Incarceration: A Dinner Conversation with two Prison Chaplains 2011
African Film Series – Faat Kine 2011
(Un)heard: Transmaculine People of Color Speak! 2011
Workshop in American Studies – A Lecture by Wendy Warren 2011
Modern Americ Workshop – A Lecture by Cheryl D. HIcks 2011
Workshop in American Studies – A Lecture by Beryl Satter 2011
African Film Series – Daratt 2011
Dance vs. Disease 2011
African Film Series – Ainsi meurent les anges 2011
“Unusual Suspects: A Meditation on Civic Lapseâ€? by Professor Patricia J. Williams Co 2011 Wilson College Signature
African Film Series – Thunderbolt 2011
Critical Enounter Series 2011
Cornel West in Conversation with Donna Brazile 2011 Conversation Series
Video
Paul Lanky presents A Musical Conversation About Race 2011 James Baldwin Lecture
Video
New Directions in Research on Urban Education 2011
The Divide That Binds?: African and African American Studies in Conversation 2011 Interdepartmental Event
Eddie Glaude in Conversation with Greg Carr 2011
Black.Queer.Diaspora: a Speculative Topography of Presence 2011
Engendering Captivity by Sarah Haley 2011
The Other(ed) Woman: Racial Terror, Gendered Captivities, and Jim Crow Punishment 2011
The Imprisonment of a Race 2011
Asian Popular Music Conference 2011
Concrete Steel & Paint 2011 Film Series: Imprisonment of a Race
Race and Healthcare 2011
The Cultural Politics of Black Power in Brooklyn and London, 1968-1976 2011
Eastern State: Living Behind the Walls 2011 Film Series: Imprisonment of a Race
Radically Sustainable: Architecture, Urban Planning, Geography, Ethnography, and Glocal Development 2011 Radically Sustainable: Architecture, Urban Planning, Geography, Ethnography, and Glocal Development
Radically Sustainable: Architecture, Urban Planning, Geography, Ethnography, and Glocal Development 2011 Radically Sustainable: Architecture, Urban Planning, Geography, Ethnography, and Glocal Development
A Lecture by Toni Morrison 2011 Wilson College Signature
Quiet Rage: The Stanford Prison Experiment 2011 Film Series: Imprisonment of a Race
A Reading of Known to Evil 2011
Professor Manthia Diawara (NYU) 2011 The Divide that Binds?: African and African American Studies in Conversation (Series)
Judaism Matters 2010
Faculty Brown Bag with Van Jones 2010 Faculty Seminar
Sandra Greene for the Divide That Binds Series 2010 The Divide that Binds?: African and African American Studies in Conversation
Faculty-Graduate Seminar with CoCo Fusco 2010
The Warmth of Other Suns – A Discussion With Isabel Wilkerson 2010
Video
Radical Empiricism: Atlantic Race Science and the Literature of Emancipation 2010
Faculty-Graduate Seminar with Krista Thompson 2010
Film screening of new works by renowned British filmmaker Isaac Julien 2010 Critical Encounters Series
The Gospel According to Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens and Count Leo Tolstoy 2010
Faculty-Graduate Seminar with Darby English 2010
Hope 2.0? 2010
Faculty-Graduate Seminar with Saloni Mathur 2010
Cornel West and Randy Weston: Jazzmen in the World of Ideas 2010
At the Dark End of the Street: Sexual Violence and the Civil Rights Movement 2010
We The People with Bob Moses, Professor Imani Perry and Lauren Veasey 2010
Eric Foner and Cornel West – Lincoln and Slavery in America 2010
Faculty-Graduate Seminar with Deborah Willis 2010
Bill Strickland: Make the Impossible Possible 2010
Faculty-Graduate Seminar with Elizabeth Abel 2010
Visibility, Legibility, Materiality: Reading Racial Signs 2010
Cornel West “Cultivating Critique in the Age of Obama 2010 Wilson College Signature
The Right to Difference: Explaining Colombia’s Shift from Colorblindness to the Law of the Black Communities 2010
Critical Encounters: Judge Denny Chin (Yasui Trial) 2010
Interrogating the Lived Life: Immigration, Regulation and the Violence of Good Intentions in the New Norway 2010
Andra Gillespie, Emory University 2010 Faculty Graduate Seminar
White Peril: Race, Sex, and the Rise of Nationalism in the Gold Coast 2010
Race, American Politics, and the Presidency of Barack Obama 2010
Krazy Kat and the Toy Box 2010
Licked All Over by the English Tongue: A Poetry Reading 2010
Book Discussion on The History of White People 2010
A Performance of Radio Golf by August Wilson 2010 Performance
Christian-Muslim Perspectives on The Problem of Black Suffering: Conversation with Dr. Cornel West and Dr. Sherman Jackson 2010
Race & Theology: A Symposium with J. Kameron Carter 2010
R. Drew Smith, Morehouse Colllege 2010 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Americanist Research Symposium 2010
Angela Dillard, University of Michigan 2010 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Shirley Tilghman presents The Meaning of Race in the Post-Genome Era 2010 James Baldwin Lecture
Video
Mumia Abu-Jamal, Dr. Cornel West, and Patricia Fernandez-Kelley 2010
Too Cute: American Style and the New Asian Cool Conference 2010 Co-Sponsored Conference
Michael Owens, Emory University 2010 Faculty Graduate Seminar
The Role and Impact of the Arts in Inspiring, Sustaining, and Propelling Change 2010
Michael Steele in Conversation with Eddie S. Glaude Jr. 2010 Conversation Series
Marla Frederick, Harvard University 2010 Faculty Graduate Seminar
A Conversation with Cornel West and Ben Vereen 2010
Adrift in the Archives: Venturing into the Backstage of Martin Luther King, Jr. 2010
Pauline Epistle or Telling the Man? White Talk, Black Talk, and the Slap of Translation in Martin Luther King’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail 2010
Panel Discussion on Black Studies at Forty 2009
Dwight N. Hopkins 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Serene Jones 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Jonathan Walton 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Coming Back & Moving Forward Conference for Black Princeton Alumni 2009
David Chappell 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Latina Moves: New Adventures in Performance 2009
Wallace Best 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
The Future: Humble Hopes and Insane Idealism 2009 Toni Morrison Lectures
Video
The Present: Through Cynicism, Negativity and Self-Doubt 2009 Toni Morrison Lectures
Video
The Past: A Testimony to the Impossible 2009 Toni Morrison Lectures
Video
Freshman Open House 2009 Freshman Open House
Race. Space. Place. – Sidewalk 2009
Race. Space. Place. – Farmingville 2009
A Lecture by Administrator Lisa Jackson *86 2009
Race. Space. Place. – Flag Wars 2009
Race. Space. Place. – Home 2009
Adrienne Davis, Washington Univ. School of Law 2009 Reparations: The Future of the Debate
Race. Space. Place. – The Neo African Americans 2009
Race. Space. Place. – The Garden 2009
Theater and the Politics of the New Media: a conversation between Shannon Jackson and Marianne Weems 2009 Critical Encounters Series
Fred Moten 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Love as the Practice of Freedom 2009 Love as the Practice of Freedom
Love as the Practice of Freedom 2009 Love as the Practice of Freedom
Melissa Nobles, MIT Political Science 2009 Reparations: The Future of the Debate
A Tribute to John Hope Franklin 2009
Reforming Urban Education 2009
Joshua B. Guild 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Concert for Odetta Holmes 2009 Tribute
Panel Discussion on Odetta Holmes 2009 Tribute
First Person, Third Person: Existential Dialectics and African Atlantic Narrative 2009
Civil Rights & Religion Conference 2009 AAS Conference
Civil Rights & Religion Conference 2009 AAS Conference
Civil Rights & Religion Conference 2009 AAS Conference
Anthony Grafton presents Race in the Renaissance? 2009 James Baldwin Lecture
Video
La Lupe: Queen of Latin Soul 2009
Oliver Wang 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Monk & Nellie: A Love Story 2009
Robin D.G. Kelley 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Alfred Brophy, University of North Carolina Law School 2009 Reparations: The Future of the Debate
A public conference at Princeton University 2009 Race & Real Estate Conference
Judith Casselberry 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Orlando Patterson Lecture 2009 Orlando Patterson Lecture
Orlando Patterson Lecture 2009 Orlando Patterson Lecture
Orlando Patterson Lecture 2009 Orlando Patterson Lecture
Kobena Mercer 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
A Black History Month Event – Rethinking Uncle Tom 2009
Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Lecture 2009
Reading with Jamaica Kincaid 2009
Call + Response Screening and Panel Discussion 2009
Jacqueline Stewart 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Celebration in Honor of First Lady Michelle Obama 2009
Ralina Joseph 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Read in with Victoria Powel 2009
Guthrie Ramsey, Jr., University of Pennsylvania Special Performance by Princeton University’s Gospel Ensemble Reception to follow 2008 Made In America: The History of Black Gospel Music
A Reading and Book Signing by Professor Cornel West ’80 2008
Teresa Reed, University of Tulsa Reception to follow. 2008 Made In America: The History of Black Gospel Music
Bonnie Bassier presents So you want to be a Doctor: Diversity and Scientific Research 2008 James Baldwin Lecture
Edwidge Danticat presents Create Dangerously: The Immigrant Artist at Work 2008 Toni Morrison Lectures
Video
NJ State Black History Month Symposium 2008
Krista Tippett Lecture 2008
Ain’t that a Groove: The Genius of James Brown 2007
Lecture by Majora Carter 2007
Critical Encounter Series: “Secularism as Religious Discrimination? 2007
Understanding Environmental Justice 2007
Tracy K. Smith Poetry Reading “Duende 2007
Bring the Pain: The Politics of Black Comedy and Satire in the Post-Civil Rights Era 2007
Stanhope Hall Open House and Faculty Reception 2007
Race and IQ: A Sociology and Public Affairs Symposium in Honor of Howard F. Taylor 2007 Hosted Conference
Lessons from Katrina: Learning, Service and Policy 2007
Forward Ever, Backward Never: A Panel Discussion on the 50th Anniversary of Ghana’s Liberation 2007
James Baldwin Lecture: Prof. Leonard Barkan 2007
Critical Encounters Series: The Uncovered Self in Law and Literature 2007 Critical Encounters Series
A Performance of Sweet Tea by E. Patrick Johnson 2007
In A Shade of Blue Book Release 2007 Book Release
Fictions of the Archive Saidiya Hartman and Yvette Christianse 2007 Critical Encounters Series
The Gifts of Black Folk in the Age of Terrorism: Part II 2006 Toni Morrison Lectures
Video
The Gifts of Black Folk in the Age of Terrorism: Part I 2006 Toni Morrison Lectures
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Kwame Anthony Appiah presents The Cosmopolitanism of W.E.B. Du Bois 2006 James Baldwin Lecture
Book Discussion on Rhapsody in the Blue Two Ways 1969
Cécile Fromont on Kongo Arts in Africa and the World 1969
The Case of 22 Lewd Chinese Women 1969
The Return of Khulekani Khumalo, Zombie Captive: Identity, Law and Paradoxes of Personhood in the Postcolony 1969
New Adventures in Fotonovelas 1969
A Reading of Americanah 1969
Perceptions of Africa in Renaissance Europe 1969
Disrobing the Law in American Culture 1969
Revealing the African Presence in Renaissance Europe 1969
Preparing Conference Paper Abstracts & Conference Panel Proposals 1969
Election 2012: What Happened and What Does it Mean? 1969
A Bluesman in the Life of the Mind 1969
Enabling Violations’: Race, Theater, and Experimentation 1969
Preserving the African Archive: Field Research on Early Manuscripts and Monasteries in Northern Ethiopia 1969
A Lecture by Danielle Clealand 1969
African Film Series – Yeelen 1969
Race and Public Policy In the 21st Century 1969
Professor Paul E. Lovejoy (York University) 1969
Beyond Green Jobs: The Next American Economy & The Politics of Hope 1969
STICK FLY 1969
Postcolonial Colloquium 1969
Henry Louis Gates Jr. on Genealogy, Genetics, and African American History 1969
The Kobolo’s Poetics: Discourse Ecologies and Street Life in Accra, Ghana 1969
A Performance by Geri Allen 1969
Moral Mondays 1969
Semaphores and Surfaces: Reading the New African Cinemas 1969
A Conversation with the Feminist Crunk Collective 1969
Cornel West Book Reading 1969
My Conscience is Free and Clear: Slavery and Respectability in Mid-Colonial Mexico 1969 Fellow Talk
#BlkStudiesDigitalAge: Race, Digital Media & Social Networks 1969 AAS Event
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Commencement Rites at the Tree of Creativity: A Lecture in Three Acts 2016 Toni Morrison Lectures
From Ferguson to Flint: Race, Neoliberalism and Black Politics Today 2016 Reflections on African American Studies Lecture
Afro-Asian Atlantic: Literature, Reggae, and the Caribbean 2016 AAS Event
Causes and Consequences of Racial Bias in Law Enforcement 2016 Inequality Science Series
Ghosts of Amistad, Film Screening and Discussion with Author 2016 Film Screening
Between the Lines at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture 2016
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Book Launch: From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation 2016
Race and Privilege: Exploring MLK’s Two Americas 2016
Democracy in Black: How Race Still Enslaves the American Soul 2016
Reach in, Teach in: Black Activism and Consciousness at Princeton 2015 AAS Event
Race and Menthol in America 2015 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Faculty Brown Bag Seminar: Democracy in Black 2015 Faculty Seminar
Confronting a Tainted Legacy: Slavery and Justice at Brown University 2015
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Entitlements and the Entitled: Addiction-As-Disability and White Privilege in the Prescription Opioid ‘Epidemic’ 2015 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Screening of Difret (2014) 2015 Film Screening
African Memory and the Crisis of the Present 2015
Sapphire in the Hyperreal: Toward a Methodology of Anger 2015 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Getting Your Work Out There: Tips on Journal and Book Publishing 2015 Graduate Affairs
Black / Queer Ontologies Graduate Conference 2015
The Life and Struggles of Our Mother Walatta Petros 2015 Book Release
The Benefits of a Cultural Match: The Case of Social Class and Higher Education 2015 Inequality Science Series
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Tentacular Faces: Forensic Identification and the Return of the Phenotype 2015 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Becoming History: The Spatial Politics of the Black American Public Sphere 1895-1965 2015
Race as a Risk Factor in Public Health Research 2015
Panel Discussion: The Social Psychology of Inequality 2015 Inequality Science Series
Video
Ferguson is the Future: Incubating Alternative Worlds Through Arts, Activism, and Scholarship 2015 AAS Conference
Video
African American Studies Class Day 2015 2015 AAS Event
Ferguson as a Failure of the Humanities 2015 AAS Event
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Lisa Nakamura on Black Studies in the Digital Age 2015 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Unpacking Illegality: Empowering Undocumented Students in Higher Education 2015 Princeton Dream Team Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
A Conversation with El Anatsui 2015 Art & Archaelogy Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
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Black Trans Lives Matter with CeCe McDonald 2015 AAS Event
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Book Discussion on Freedom Time: Negritude, Decolonization, and the Future of the World 2015 History of a Book
Ending War?: Decolonial Democracy Against Neoliberalism 2015 Toni Morrison Lectures
Video
Other Brown Bodies: World War on Working Class 2015 Toni Morrison Lectures
Video
John Brown’s Body: Abolition Democracy Against Perpetual War 2015 Toni Morrison Lectures
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Tahir Hemphill on Black Studies in the Digital Age 2015 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Book Discussion on Keys to the Schoolhouse: Black Teachers, Privatization, and the Future of Teacher Unions 2015 Program in Teacher Preparation Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Janet Mock & Imani Perry in Conversation 2015 LGBT Center Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Attica Blues: Racism, State Violence, and the Neoliberal Turn 2015 Fellow Talk
Panel Discussion on Twentieth Century Struggles 2015 History Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Panel Discussion on Empire and Jim Crow 2015 History Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Panel Discussion Migration and Mobility in the Post-Emancipation Atlantic 2015 History Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Roundtable Discussion on Reparations in the United States and the Caribbean 2015 History Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Panel Discussion on Nineteenth Century Emancipations 2015 History Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Book Discussion on Punished: Policing the Lives of Black and Latino Boys 2015 AAS Event
Sartorial Black Gender and Fashion in the Diaspora 2015 English Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Africa’s Repositioning in the Changing Global Political Economy 2015 PIIRS Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Panel Discussion on Romare Bearden’s The Block II 2015 Council of the Humanities Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Faculty Brown Bag with Stacey Sinclair 2015 Faculty Seminar
Fans, Fanfiction and the Media, Publishing, and Entertainment Industries 2015 English Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Alexander Weheliye on Black Studies in the Digital Age 2015 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Political Expression and Activism in Today’s NBA with Adam Silver 2015 Sports, Race and Society Lectures
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Book Discussion on Girls in Justice 2015 Council of the Humanities Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Book Discussion on The First Civil Right: How Liberals Built Prison America 2015 Labyrinth Books Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
D. Fox Harrell on Black Studies in the Digital Age 2015 Faculty Graduate Seminar
American Confinement: Race, Visuality, and History in the Quotidan 2015 American Studies Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Vincent Brown on Black Studies in the Digital Age 2015 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Ferguson: A Nation of Laws and a History of Injustice 2015 AAS Event
Book Discussion on White Bound: Nationalists, Antiracists, and the Shared Meanings of Race 2015 Sociology Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Malcolm X: Life After Death 2015 Office of Religious Life with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Malcolm X Reconsidered: A Voice for Our Times 2015 Office of Religious Life with AAS Co-Sponsorship
A Conversation with Misty Copeland 2015 Lewis Center for the Arts Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Malcolm X (1992) 2015 Office of Religious Life with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Awake Zion (2013) 2015 Film Screening
Kelly Josephs on Black Studies in the Digital Age 2015 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Growing Up X 2015 Office of Religious Life with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Foreign Worker, or Foreign Talent: Hierarchies, Perceptions, and Keeping Whole Communities in Servitude 2015 Gender and Sexuality Studies Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
The Disability in Racial Dystopias 2015 Interdepartmental Event
Queer Metrics: Towards an Anthropology of Small Things 2015 Interdepartmental Event
Angel Nieves on Black Studies in the Digital Age 2014 Faculty Graduate Seminar
In Search of Common Ground: Fighting for Community & Justice in New Orleans 2014 AAS Event
Why Are White People Called ‘Caucasian?’ 2014 Interdepartmental Event
Bill T. Jones Presents Story/Time: The Life of an Idea 2014 Princeton Public Library Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
A Conversation with Artists René Stout and Radcliffe Bailey for Kongo across the Waters 2014 Kongo Arts in Africa and the World
Abduil Alkalimat on Black Studies in the Digital Age 2014 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Donald Consentino on Konga Arts in Africa and the World 2014 Art & Archaelogy Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Faculty Brown Bag with Kinohi Nishikawa 2014 Faculty Seminar
Deborah Silverman on Kongo Arts in Africa and the World 2014 Art & Archaelogy Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Book Discussion on Unflattening 2014 English Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Art of Power, Power of Art for Kongo across the Waters 2014 Kongo Arts in Africa and the World
Black Thought in the Hour of Chaos: A Conversation about the Courage of People 2014 Conversation Series
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Dear White People (2014) 2014 Film Screening
Tips on Applying for Fellowships in the Humanities and Social Sciences 2014 Graduate Affairs
Kongo in Carolina: Art, History and the Politics of Authenticity 2014 Kongo Arts in Africa and the World
Marisa Parham on Black Studies in the Digital Age 2014 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Book Discussion on Sensational Flesh: Race, Power, and Masochism 2014 English Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Race and Surveillance: From Times of Slavery to the Computer Age 2014 Center for Migration and Development Event
Simone Browne on Black Studies in the Digital Age 2014 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Do Gandhi’s Teachings Have a Place in Palestine? 2014 Interdepartmental Event
Bàrbaro Martínez-Ruiz on Kongo Arts in Africa and the World 2014 Art & Archaelogy Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Legacies of Black Feminisms 2014 Conference
Ferguson: The Community Responds 2014 The Center for the Study of Religion with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Panel Discussion on the Salaita Case and Beyond 2014 History Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
At Work with Artwork 2014 Princeton Art Museum Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
A Reading by Nathanial Mackey 2014 English Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Jessica Marie Johnson on Black Studies in the Digital Age 2014 Faculty Graduate Seminar
African American Studies Class Day 2014 2014 Class Day
Patriots or Invaders?: Immigrants in the Military in Modern America 2014 Interdepartmental Event
A Performance by Jean Grae 2014 AAS Event
Women in the Academy: Life as a Professor 2014 Graduate Affairs
Literature, Empire, and Tropic Death: Black Hemispheric Modernity and the Harlem Renaissance 2014 Postdoctoral Talk
African American Studies’ Visual Turn: Souls Illustrated 2014 Reflections on African American Studies Lecture
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Lesbian Mermaids, Occult Melodramas and West African Video 2014 Vampires and Zombies The Better to Theorize with You
Islamic Roots of the Blues: Songs & Stories of Enslaved Muslims in America 2014
A Performance by Beau Sia and G. Yamazawa 2014
Photography and Race in the Americas: Beyond Fixity 2014
Supernational Strategies for Freaking Out 2014
African Vampires in the Age of Globalization 2014 Vampires and Zombies The Better to Theorize with You
The Stuart Hall Project (2013) 2014 Film Screening
Andy Warhol’s Skin Problems 2014 Graduate Affairs
Panel Discussion on the Condition of African American Art Scholarship 2014
Some Speculations on Sentiment: Women and Public History 2014 English Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Building A New Criminal Justice: Mobilizing Students 2014 Co-Sponsored Conference
Swahili Talk About Supernatural Sodomy 2014 Vampires and Zombies The Better to Theorize with You
Panel Discussion and Keynote on Socioeconomic Diversity in the Ivy League 2014
Identity and Inclusivity: Fostering a Community of Individuals 2014
Capitalism and the Black Political Imagination 2014 Graduate Affairs
The Strange Career of Black Liberalism 2014 History Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Zombie Trajectories: On The Migration of the Undead in the Afro 2014 Vampires and Zombies The Better to Theorize with You
Zombie Trajectories: On the Migration of the Undead in the Afro 2014 Vampires and Zombies The Better to Theorize with You
Race, Dreamers, and Latina Literature 2014 English Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
Modeling Consensus: The Kerner Commission Response to Urban Rioting in Newark 2014
Genes, Risk, Race, and Policy 2014
BYP 100 Strategic Planning Weekend 2014 Hosted Conference
Race and Religion in American History 2014
Tiya Miles in Conversation with Martha Sandweiss 2014
Health and The City: Difference, Rights, Belonging 2014
The Rise of Post-Racial Politics & the Retreat from Racial Equality 2014
Colorblindness and the Myth of Post-Racialism 2014
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Black Churches, Black Mosques 2013
Yosvany Terry Quintet Performance 2013 Performance
The Intersections Working Group Presents Prof. Werner Sollors (Harvard University) and Prof. Glenda Carpio (Harvard University) 2013 Intersection Working Group
Afro-Beat Masterclass 2013
12 Years a Slave (2013) 2013 Film Screening
Socialism in Black Queer Time: The Nineteen Seventies and the Erotic Potentials of Radical Politics 2013 Postdoctoral Talk
The Intersections Working Group Presents Prof. Brent Edwards (Columbia University) and Poet, Kevin Young 2013
The Intersections Working Group Presents – A Poetry Reading by Kevin Young, Distinguished Poet and National Book Award Finalist 2013
Book Discussion on The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks 2013 AAS Event
The Work of Alexandra Vazquez 2013 History of a Book
A Graduation Celebration for the Class of 2013 2013 Class Day Celebration
Black Theatre at Princeton: A State of the Union Forum 2013
Racial Collisions: Race, Status, and Interactional Failure 2013
Big Bad Racists, Subtle Prejudice and Minority Victims: An Agent Based Model of the Dynamics of Racial Inequality” by Quincy Thomas Stewart 2013
Acting White’ after Brown: Race, Culture, and Institutional Structures 2013
The Black Russian 2013
Exile, Race, and Gender: Alternative Genealogies of Dominican Culture 2013
“Don’t Forget to Feed the Loas:” Near Ancestry in Contemporary Black Arts 2013 Toni Morrison Lectures
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“The Idea of Ancestry” in Contemporary Black Art 2013 Toni Morrison Lectures
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A Reading of The Reading Project 2013
Frontiers of the Plantation: The Aesthetics of Racial Capitalism 2013
The Islamic Case for Same-Sex Love 2013
African American Studies and the Lessons of Experience 2013 Reflections on African American Studies Lecture
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W.E.B. Du Bois and Scientific Sociology 2013
Writing, Food, Intimacy 2013 Critical Encounters Series
A Performance by Charles Lloyd and Maria Farantouri 2013 Performance
The Environmental Humanities in a Changing World 2013
Faculty Brown Bag with Joshua Guild 2013 Faculty Seminar
The Work of Simon Gikandi 2013 History of a Book
Natasha Trethewey and Tracy K. Smith in Conversation 2013 Conversation Series
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Applying for Grants & Fellowships, Big & Small 2013 Graduate Affairs
Taste of Carnival 2013
Elaine Pagels presents Art, Music, and Politics in the Book of Revelation 2013 James Baldwin Lecture
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Monk’s Mood: A Performance Meditation on the Life and Music of Thelonious Monk 2012 Performance
The Trauma of Legitimacy: Black Scholars and Memory in the Age of Black Studies 2012
Inaugural Black Queer Sexuality Studies Graduate Student Conference 2012
Sites of Slavery: Citizenship and Racial Democracy in the Age of Obama 2012
The OpEd Project’s Public Voices Thought Leadership Project 2012
2012 Callalloo Conference 2012 Hosted Conference
Freedom Riders: 1961 and the Struggle for Racial Justice 2012
It’s All in the Numbers: The 99 Percent Occupiers, the 47 Percent Victims, The 14 Percent Unemployed, The 1st Mormon Candidate, the 44th President and the 2012 Elections 2012 Wilson College Signature
I Dream of Chang and Eng 2012 Critical Encounters Series
A Reading of Home by Toni Morrison 2012
A Lecture by John Carlos 2012
The Black Revolution on Campus 2012 Reflections on African American Studies Lecture
With Time 2012 Toni Morrison Lectures
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Imprisoned in a Luminous Glare: Photography and the African American Freedom Struggle 2012
Story/Time 2012 Toni Morrison Lectures
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Past Time 2012 Toni Morrison Lectures
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A Lecture by Fazal Sheikh, award 2012 Wilson College Signature
We The People”: Two For Princeton (William Alexander Percy vs John Doar) 2012
Modern America Workshop – Tomiko Brown-Nagin 2012 English Event with AAS Co-Sponsorship
A Veritable Little Harlem: The New Negro Renaissance in the American West 2012
Listening to Chicana Music, Sounding Borderlands Imaginaries 2012
Slavery By Another Name (2012) 2012 Film Screening
Introducing African Athena and Parsing the Classical Toni Morrison 2012
The Touring Machine (Flesh Thought Inside Out) 2012
Uncovering Blackness: Challenging Ideology and Creating Black Spaces in Contemporary Cuba 2012
A lecture by Professor Lawrence “Larry” E. Bobo 2012 "Postracial Dreams, American Realities"
A lecture by Lawrence “Larry” E. Bobo, Harvard University 2012 "Postracial Dreams, American Realities"
A Conversation with Emily Mann & Danai Gurira about “The Convert 2012
African Film Series – Chocolat 2011
Where Do We Go From Here? 2011
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African Film Series – La Vie Est Belle 2011
Hands on the Freedom Plow 2011
African Film Series – Tsotsi 2011
Historian’s Eye 2011
African Film Series – O Heroi 2011
Wilson College Signature Lecture Series – Zadie Smith 2011 Wilson College Signature
African Film Series – Sisters-in-Law 2011
Religion and Incarceration: A Dinner Conversation with two Prison Chaplains 2011
African Film Series – Faat Kine 2011
(Un)heard: Transmaculine People of Color Speak! 2011
Workshop in American Studies – A Lecture by Wendy Warren 2011
Modern Americ Workshop – A Lecture by Cheryl D. HIcks 2011
Workshop in American Studies – A Lecture by Beryl Satter 2011
African Film Series – Daratt 2011
Dance vs. Disease 2011
African Film Series – Ainsi meurent les anges 2011
“Unusual Suspects: A Meditation on Civic Lapseâ€? by Professor Patricia J. Williams Co 2011 Wilson College Signature
African Film Series – Thunderbolt 2011
Critical Enounter Series 2011
Cornel West in Conversation with Donna Brazile 2011 Conversation Series
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Paul Lanky presents A Musical Conversation About Race 2011 James Baldwin Lecture
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New Directions in Research on Urban Education 2011
The Divide That Binds?: African and African American Studies in Conversation 2011 Interdepartmental Event
Eddie Glaude in Conversation with Greg Carr 2011
Black.Queer.Diaspora: a Speculative Topography of Presence 2011
Engendering Captivity by Sarah Haley 2011
The Other(ed) Woman: Racial Terror, Gendered Captivities, and Jim Crow Punishment 2011
The Imprisonment of a Race 2011
Asian Popular Music Conference 2011
Concrete Steel & Paint 2011 Film Series: Imprisonment of a Race
Race and Healthcare 2011
The Cultural Politics of Black Power in Brooklyn and London, 1968-1976 2011
Eastern State: Living Behind the Walls 2011 Film Series: Imprisonment of a Race
Radically Sustainable: Architecture, Urban Planning, Geography, Ethnography, and Glocal Development 2011 Radically Sustainable: Architecture, Urban Planning, Geography, Ethnography, and Glocal Development
Radically Sustainable: Architecture, Urban Planning, Geography, Ethnography, and Glocal Development 2011 Radically Sustainable: Architecture, Urban Planning, Geography, Ethnography, and Glocal Development
A Lecture by Toni Morrison 2011 Wilson College Signature
Quiet Rage: The Stanford Prison Experiment 2011 Film Series: Imprisonment of a Race
A Reading of Known to Evil 2011
Professor Manthia Diawara (NYU) 2011 The Divide that Binds?: African and African American Studies in Conversation (Series)
Judaism Matters 2010
Faculty Brown Bag with Van Jones 2010 Faculty Seminar
Sandra Greene for the Divide That Binds Series 2010 The Divide that Binds?: African and African American Studies in Conversation
Faculty-Graduate Seminar with CoCo Fusco 2010
The Warmth of Other Suns – A Discussion With Isabel Wilkerson 2010
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Radical Empiricism: Atlantic Race Science and the Literature of Emancipation 2010
Faculty-Graduate Seminar with Krista Thompson 2010
Film screening of new works by renowned British filmmaker Isaac Julien 2010 Critical Encounters Series
The Gospel According to Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens and Count Leo Tolstoy 2010
Faculty-Graduate Seminar with Darby English 2010
Hope 2.0? 2010
Faculty-Graduate Seminar with Saloni Mathur 2010
Cornel West and Randy Weston: Jazzmen in the World of Ideas 2010
At the Dark End of the Street: Sexual Violence and the Civil Rights Movement 2010
We The People with Bob Moses, Professor Imani Perry and Lauren Veasey 2010
Eric Foner and Cornel West – Lincoln and Slavery in America 2010
Faculty-Graduate Seminar with Deborah Willis 2010
Bill Strickland: Make the Impossible Possible 2010
Faculty-Graduate Seminar with Elizabeth Abel 2010
Visibility, Legibility, Materiality: Reading Racial Signs 2010
Cornel West “Cultivating Critique in the Age of Obama 2010 Wilson College Signature
The Right to Difference: Explaining Colombia’s Shift from Colorblindness to the Law of the Black Communities 2010
Critical Encounters: Judge Denny Chin (Yasui Trial) 2010
Interrogating the Lived Life: Immigration, Regulation and the Violence of Good Intentions in the New Norway 2010
Andra Gillespie, Emory University 2010 Faculty Graduate Seminar
White Peril: Race, Sex, and the Rise of Nationalism in the Gold Coast 2010
Race, American Politics, and the Presidency of Barack Obama 2010
Krazy Kat and the Toy Box 2010
Licked All Over by the English Tongue: A Poetry Reading 2010
Book Discussion on The History of White People 2010
A Performance of Radio Golf by August Wilson 2010 Performance
Christian-Muslim Perspectives on The Problem of Black Suffering: Conversation with Dr. Cornel West and Dr. Sherman Jackson 2010
Race & Theology: A Symposium with J. Kameron Carter 2010
R. Drew Smith, Morehouse Colllege 2010 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Americanist Research Symposium 2010
Angela Dillard, University of Michigan 2010 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Shirley Tilghman presents The Meaning of Race in the Post-Genome Era 2010 James Baldwin Lecture
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Mumia Abu-Jamal, Dr. Cornel West, and Patricia Fernandez-Kelley 2010
Too Cute: American Style and the New Asian Cool Conference 2010 Co-Sponsored Conference
Michael Owens, Emory University 2010 Faculty Graduate Seminar
The Role and Impact of the Arts in Inspiring, Sustaining, and Propelling Change 2010
Michael Steele in Conversation with Eddie S. Glaude Jr. 2010 Conversation Series
Marla Frederick, Harvard University 2010 Faculty Graduate Seminar
A Conversation with Cornel West and Ben Vereen 2010
Adrift in the Archives: Venturing into the Backstage of Martin Luther King, Jr. 2010
Pauline Epistle or Telling the Man? White Talk, Black Talk, and the Slap of Translation in Martin Luther King’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail 2010
Panel Discussion on Black Studies at Forty 2009
Dwight N. Hopkins 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Serene Jones 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Jonathan Walton 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Coming Back & Moving Forward Conference for Black Princeton Alumni 2009
David Chappell 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Latina Moves: New Adventures in Performance 2009
Wallace Best 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
The Future: Humble Hopes and Insane Idealism 2009 Toni Morrison Lectures
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The Present: Through Cynicism, Negativity and Self-Doubt 2009 Toni Morrison Lectures
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The Past: A Testimony to the Impossible 2009 Toni Morrison Lectures
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Freshman Open House 2009 Freshman Open House
Race. Space. Place. – Sidewalk 2009
Race. Space. Place. – Farmingville 2009
A Lecture by Administrator Lisa Jackson *86 2009
Race. Space. Place. – Flag Wars 2009
Race. Space. Place. – Home 2009
Adrienne Davis, Washington Univ. School of Law 2009 Reparations: The Future of the Debate
Race. Space. Place. – The Neo African Americans 2009
Race. Space. Place. – The Garden 2009
Theater and the Politics of the New Media: a conversation between Shannon Jackson and Marianne Weems 2009 Critical Encounters Series
Fred Moten 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Love as the Practice of Freedom 2009 Love as the Practice of Freedom
Love as the Practice of Freedom 2009 Love as the Practice of Freedom
Melissa Nobles, MIT Political Science 2009 Reparations: The Future of the Debate
A Tribute to John Hope Franklin 2009
Reforming Urban Education 2009
Joshua B. Guild 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Concert for Odetta Holmes 2009 Tribute
Panel Discussion on Odetta Holmes 2009 Tribute
First Person, Third Person: Existential Dialectics and African Atlantic Narrative 2009
Civil Rights & Religion Conference 2009 AAS Conference
Civil Rights & Religion Conference 2009 AAS Conference
Civil Rights & Religion Conference 2009 AAS Conference
Anthony Grafton presents Race in the Renaissance? 2009 James Baldwin Lecture
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La Lupe: Queen of Latin Soul 2009
Oliver Wang 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Monk & Nellie: A Love Story 2009
Robin D.G. Kelley 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Alfred Brophy, University of North Carolina Law School 2009 Reparations: The Future of the Debate
A public conference at Princeton University 2009 Race & Real Estate Conference
Judith Casselberry 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Orlando Patterson Lecture 2009 Orlando Patterson Lecture
Orlando Patterson Lecture 2009 Orlando Patterson Lecture
Orlando Patterson Lecture 2009 Orlando Patterson Lecture
Kobena Mercer 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
A Black History Month Event – Rethinking Uncle Tom 2009
Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Lecture 2009
Reading with Jamaica Kincaid 2009
Call + Response Screening and Panel Discussion 2009
Jacqueline Stewart 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Celebration in Honor of First Lady Michelle Obama 2009
Ralina Joseph 2009 Faculty Graduate Seminar
Read in with Victoria Powel 2009
Guthrie Ramsey, Jr., University of Pennsylvania Special Performance by Princeton University’s Gospel Ensemble Reception to follow 2008 Made In America: The History of Black Gospel Music
A Reading and Book Signing by Professor Cornel West ’80 2008
Teresa Reed, University of Tulsa Reception to follow. 2008 Made In America: The History of Black Gospel Music
Bonnie Bassier presents So you want to be a Doctor: Diversity and Scientific Research 2008 James Baldwin Lecture
Edwidge Danticat presents Create Dangerously: The Immigrant Artist at Work 2008 Toni Morrison Lectures
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NJ State Black History Month Symposium 2008
Krista Tippett Lecture 2008
Ain’t that a Groove: The Genius of James Brown 2007
Lecture by Majora Carter 2007
Critical Encounter Series: “Secularism as Religious Discrimination? 2007
Understanding Environmental Justice 2007
Tracy K. Smith Poetry Reading “Duende 2007
Bring the Pain: The Politics of Black Comedy and Satire in the Post-Civil Rights Era 2007
Stanhope Hall Open House and Faculty Reception 2007
Race and IQ: A Sociology and Public Affairs Symposium in Honor of Howard F. Taylor 2007 Hosted Conference
Lessons from Katrina: Learning, Service and Policy 2007
Forward Ever, Backward Never: A Panel Discussion on the 50th Anniversary of Ghana’s Liberation 2007
James Baldwin Lecture: Prof. Leonard Barkan 2007
Critical Encounters Series: The Uncovered Self in Law and Literature 2007 Critical Encounters Series
A Performance of Sweet Tea by E. Patrick Johnson 2007
In A Shade of Blue Book Release 2007 Book Release
Fictions of the Archive Saidiya Hartman and Yvette Christianse 2007 Critical Encounters Series
The Gifts of Black Folk in the Age of Terrorism: Part II 2006 Toni Morrison Lectures
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The Gifts of Black Folk in the Age of Terrorism: Part I 2006 Toni Morrison Lectures
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Kwame Anthony Appiah presents The Cosmopolitanism of W.E.B. Du Bois 2006 James Baldwin Lecture
Book Discussion on Rhapsody in the Blue Two Ways 1969
Cécile Fromont on Kongo Arts in Africa and the World 1969
The Case of 22 Lewd Chinese Women 1969
The Return of Khulekani Khumalo, Zombie Captive: Identity, Law and Paradoxes of Personhood in the Postcolony 1969
New Adventures in Fotonovelas 1969
A Reading of Americanah 1969
Perceptions of Africa in Renaissance Europe 1969
Disrobing the Law in American Culture 1969
Revealing the African Presence in Renaissance Europe 1969
Preparing Conference Paper Abstracts & Conference Panel Proposals 1969
Election 2012: What Happened and What Does it Mean? 1969
A Bluesman in the Life of the Mind 1969
Enabling Violations’: Race, Theater, and Experimentation 1969
Preserving the African Archive: Field Research on Early Manuscripts and Monasteries in Northern Ethiopia 1969
A Lecture by Danielle Clealand 1969
African Film Series – Yeelen 1969
Race and Public Policy In the 21st Century 1969
Professor Paul E. Lovejoy (York University) 1969
Beyond Green Jobs: The Next American Economy & The Politics of Hope 1969
STICK FLY 1969
Postcolonial Colloquium 1969
Henry Louis Gates Jr. on Genealogy, Genetics, and African American History 1969
The Kobolo’s Poetics: Discourse Ecologies and Street Life in Accra, Ghana 1969
A Performance by Geri Allen 1969
Moral Mondays 1969
Semaphores and Surfaces: Reading the New African Cinemas 1969
A Conversation with the Feminist Crunk Collective 1969
Cornel West Book Reading 1969
My Conscience is Free and Clear: Slavery and Respectability in Mid-Colonial Mexico 1969 Fellow Talk
#BlkStudiesDigitalAge: Race, Digital Media & Social Networks 1969 AAS Event
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