# Student Highlight

• ## Exploring Black Politics

Friday, Jul 12, 2019
In this Graduate Series Interview, Jordie Davies (moderator) sits down with Keahnan Washington to discuss the influence of Black Politics, Activist Movements; like Black Lives Matter, and the importance of voting in today's political climate.
• ## 2019 AAS Senior Spotlight and Thesis

Wednesday, Jun 12, 2019
In 2019, the Department of the African American Studies had the pleasure of graduating the second cohort of AAS Concentrators. We have no doubt that these three scholars will continue to excel and make an impact in the world.
• ## AAS Concentrator, Runako Campbell, one of three Princeton students awarded Alex Adam '07 Award for Original Art

Monday, Jun 10, 2019

• ## Notes From The Field: Following The Routes Of U.S. Deportation Through History

Monday, Apr 8, 2019
Over the spring break, we set out for London in search of the archives and traveling histories of some of the itinerant and exiled thinkers we were studying. We followed the route of several deportees from the U.S. back to Brixton, a neighborhood in South London where Trinidadian writer C.L.R. James and his compatriot Claudia Jones ended up after their deportations from the United States during the 1950s at the height of McCarthyism.
• ## AAS Graduate Certificate Students Awarded Fellowships in Support of Independent Research

Tuesday, May 2, 2017
by AAS21

This spring several Princeton University graduate students pursuing graduate certification in the Department of African American Studies earned awards and fellowships to support continued research in African American Studies and intersecting fields. The graduate certificate provides an opportunity for graduate students to complement doctoral studies in their home department with coordinated interdisciplinary training in African American Studies.