Professor Marcus Johnson considers Kaysha Corinealdi’s Panama in Black. | Via Black Perspectives: "Panama in Black differs from many of the monographs that precede it, because it makes a conscious attempt to elevate the voices and contributions of Afro-Caribbean women in the struggle to create a Black diasporic world in
Esteemed author and professor, Hakim Adi, discusses his new book, Africans and Caribbean People in Britain / A History. | Date: November 11, 2022 | From Bookhaus / "We are delighted that Professor Hakim Adi will be coming to Bristol to discuss his new book African and Caribbean People in Britain. This event will
Event: October 15, 2022 | Join us for the public-facing part of this event on Saturday, Oct 15, 9:30am-3:30pm ET. There'll be presentations on sound objects and a concert. Made possible by @CRE2_WashU @WashUHumanities @OIEAHC @CNUcaptains @VCU and VCA. Co-organized w @MissCaton Sarah Finely + Sarah Eyerly pic.twitter.
A enduring story of memory and endurance. Event: October 11, 2022 | Check out this event where Dahlma Llanos-Figueroa discusses important themes on Oct. 11! https://t.co/Mpk2qV9cQp — Cite Black Women. (@citeblackwomen) October 2, 2022 Dahlma Llanos-Figueroa | HomeDahlma Llanos-Figueroa, PEN Finalist, writer, memoirist, Afro-Boricua, Puerto Rican, Daughters of the Stone
Call for Book Chapters! | My heart is heavy missing @ASALH this year...but my heart is glad to be working with amazing scholars @FarBano and @pwilliamsforson on this collection, TRANSNATIONAL CULINARIANS: WOMEN OF COLOR AND FOOD STUDIES. Deadline July 2023. https://t.co/CqNwKJeZDy Catch y'all next year! https://t.