April 1, 2011
|Description:||Three scholars of African American and African Diaspora history explore the contours and complexities of black urban life and exchange ideas about the future of black urban history. Panel participants are Kali Gross, Joshua Guild and Khalil Muhammad. For more information or to register, e-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 512-475-7925.
Gross is associate professor of history and director of Africana Studies, Drexel University and author of "Notes on Violence in African American Urban History."
Guild is assistant professor of history and African American Studies, Princeton University and author of "Variations on a Theme: Politics, Culture, and Black Power Imaginaries in Brooklyn and London."
Muhammad is assistant professor of history, Indiana University, director of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and author of "The Statistical Ghetto: Postracial Criminalization in the Urban North."
|Location:||Gebauer Building (GEB) 3.312|
|URL:||More about this event...|
|Contact:||Tiffany M Gill|
|Sponsor:||Department of History and African and African Diaspora Studies Department|
|Admission:||Free; registration recommended|
|Categories:||Everyone, Lecture/talk, Panel, Politics & International, Symposium|