College of Liberal Arts

Art Historian Examines Race and Textual Representation in the Classroom

Friday Sep 18, 2009 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Jester Center, ISESE Gallery, room A232A

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The John L. Warfield Center For African and African American Studies is hosting a workshop in African studies, "Blackboard Equations: Race and Textual Representation in the Classroom," presented by Moyo Okediji, associate professor of art history.

Okediji is the author of "The Shattered Gourd: Yoruba Forms in 20th Century American" and "African Renaissance, Old Forms, New Images in Yoruba Art." He also explores art critically as an art historian, and practically as a painter.




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