Books and Literature
- Wednesday, Oct 21, 2020Photographs at the intersection of race, gender, and work
- Friday, Oct 16, 2020
- Wednesday, Oct 21, 2020
Reading is just one aspect of allyship, and it certainly is not the final step. Use these resources for good. Discuss them with others. Share them. Listen to your black friends, black co-workers, and black peers. Take action. Donate. Take an AAS class. Send emails. Have difficult conversations. Protest.
- Friday, Sep 25, 2020
Hosted by Paul Holdengräber, The Quarantine Tapes chronicle shifting paradigms in the age of social distancing. Each day, Paul calls a guest for a brief discussion about how they are experiencing the global pandemic.
- Friday, Sep 4, 2020Last week, over 140 students and community members attended a virtual book talk with University professors Imani Perry and Eddie S. Glaude, Jr. GS ’97.
- Wednesday, Aug 26, 2020How federal housing programs failed Black America.
- Monday, Aug 24, 2020
This week, Marc is in conversation with Professor of African American Studies at Princeton University, Dr. Imani Perry. They discuss her journey as an author, why she feels she's still aspiring to be a writer even after writing 6 books, and also why it was important to write her current book to her boys, "Breathe: A Letter to My Sons."
- Wednesday, Aug 12, 2020Eddie Glaude Jr. on why Baldwin thought the idea of white America was irredeemable — but the country wasn't.
- Tuesday, Aug 4, 2020Race After Technology is both an accessible introduction to the world of science and technology research and a thorough review of academic literature on racial inequity in the field.
- Tuesday, Aug 4, 2020In our first follow-up episode, Julie and Eve talk about book design with Dr. Kinohi Nishikawa, an associate professor of English and African American Studies at Princeton University and a specialist in 20th century African American literature, book history, and pop culture. They discuss how Black authors and editors have used book design to communicate with readers and exert control over their own narratives.