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November 12, 2019


Black Madness: Mad Blackness by Theri Alyce Pickens

November 05, 2019

New Art Histories for Some Kind of Tomorrow
Tuesday, November 5, 6:30-8:00 pm
Peter B. Lewis Theater, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1071 Fifth Ave (
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October 24, 2019


Professor Taylor will be speaking on the research findings of her soon-to-be-released book Race...
October 23, 2019
Activism. Scholarship. Leadership: A Public Conversation
Dr. Joyce Ladner
&
Dr. Alondra Nelson
President Social Science
...
April 25, 2019

SAVE THE DATE

IRAAS 25th Anniversary Conference“Free to Be Anywhere in the Universe: An International Conference on New Directions in the Study of the African Diaspora

Conference dates: Thursday, April 25 – Saturday, 27, 2019

Conference...

April 17, 2019

"Unpending the Ivory Tower"

The inspiring story of the black students, faculty, and administrators who forever changed America’s leading educational institutions and paved the way for social justice and racial progress

April 03, 2019

TO WHERE FROM HERE: MIGRATION LEGACIES- ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION
“THIS EVENT IS PART OF CARNEGIE HALL’S MIGRATIONS: THE MAKING OF AMERICA FESTIVAL

Explores the past, present, and future impact of the Great Migration on forms of African American artistic expression with

Ayana Mathis - NY Times best-selling novelist, “The Twelve Tribes of Hattie”
Kellie Jones - ...

March 25, 2019

IRAAS Co-Sponsored event

The Institute for Research on Women, Gender, and Sexuality at Columbia University Presents:

Transnational Feminist Futures
Roundtable Conversation

Featuring:

Laura Briggs - Professor and Chair, Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies - University of Massachusetts

Zillah Eisenstein - Writer, Activist, Professor Emerita Anti-Racist...

March 13, 2019

“THE SPECTRE OF RACE: HOW DISCRIMINATION HAUNTS WESTERN DEMOCRACY” BOOK ROUNDTABLE
with
author, Michael G. Hanchard-  Professor in the Africana Studies Department at The University of Pennsylvania
Robert Gooding-Williams-M. Moran Weston/Black Alumni Council Professor of African-American Studies and Professor of Philosophy-Columbia University
Anupama Rao...

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