Upcoming Events

2019-2020 Faculty-Graduate Seminar Featuring Toni L. Griffin, Harvard University

Wed, Feb 26, 2020 (All day)
As our media-saturated culture exhausts every possible angle of consuming race, a new generation of scholars, activists, and artists has turned to investigating the structuring conditions of how blackness is experienced in everyday life.
Location: Barfield - Johnson Seminar Room (201) , Stanhope Hall, Princeton University
Audience: Faculty & Staff, Graduate Students, Alumni
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2019-2020 Faculty-Graduate Seminar Featuring Sara Zewde (Studio Zewde)

Wed, Mar 11, 2020, 4:30 pm
As our media-saturated culture exhausts every possible angle of consuming race, a new generation of scholars, activists, and artists has turned to investigating the structuring conditions of how blackness is experienced in everyday life.
Audience: Faculty & Staff, Graduate Students, Alumni
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2019-2020 Faculty-Graduate Seminar Featuring Korey Garibaldi (University of Notre Dame)

Wed, Mar 25, 2020, 4:30 pm
  Black Design: History, Theory & Practice

We explore what it means to “do” Black Studies in practice-based fields.

Audience: Faculty & Staff, Graduate Students, Alumni
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2019-2020 Faculty-Graduate Seminar Featuring TreaAndrea Russworm (University of Massachusetts)

Wed, Apr 8, 2020, 4:30 pm
As our media-saturated culture exhausts every possible angle of consuming race, a new generation of scholars, activists, and artists has turned to investigating the structuring conditions of how blackness is experienced in everyday life.
Audience: Faculty & Staff, Graduate Students, Alumni
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2019-2020 Faculty-Graduate Seminar Featuring Antionette D. Carroll (Creative Reaction Lab)

Wed, Apr 15, 2020, 4:30 pm
As our media-saturated culture exhausts every possible angle of consuming race, a new generation of scholars, activists, and artists has turned to investigating the structuring conditions of how blackness is experienced in everyday life.
Audience: Faculty & Staff, Graduate Students, Alumni
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2019-2020 Faculty-Graduate Seminar Featuring Akira Drake Rodriguez (University of Pennsylvania)

Wed, Apr 22, 2020, 4:30 pm
As our media-saturated culture exhausts every possible angle of consuming race, a new generation of scholars, activists, and artists has turned to investigating the structuring conditions of how blackness is experienced in everyday life.
Audience: Faculty & Staff, Graduate Students, Alumni
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