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Africana Black Studies/Colloquium Roundtable

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Africana Black Studies/Colloquium Roundtable

English Friday, February 26, 2021 12:00 pm-1:00 pm

"Black Feminisms: Pasts, Presents, and Futures"

This roundtable will explore what Black Feminism means and what Black Feminist scholarship looks like in the 21st century. It will feature Erica Edwards (Rutgers University),Yomaira Figueroa (Michigan State University), and Cecilia Shelton (University of Maryland).

Moderated by Mary Helen Washington (University of Maryland).

For more information and to RSVP contact GerShun Avilez (avilez@umd.edu).

The Africana/Black Studies Colloquium is an interdisciplinary colloquium seeks to be the intellectual space (within the department and beyond) for conversations around African American and Black Diasporic literatures, politics, and cultures. We will feature UMD faculty and students as well as guests from all over the country and world.  The A/BS programming will happen through the generous support of The Center for Literary and Comparative Studies.

Add to Calendar 02/26/21 12:00 PM 02/26/21 1:00 PM America/New_York Africana Black Studies/Colloquium Roundtable

"Black Feminisms: Pasts, Presents, and Futures"

This roundtable will explore what Black Feminism means and what Black Feminist scholarship looks like in the 21st century. It will feature Erica Edwards (Rutgers University),Yomaira Figueroa (Michigan State University), and Cecilia Shelton (University of Maryland).

Moderated by Mary Helen Washington (University of Maryland).

For more information and to RSVP contact GerShun Avilez (avilez@umd.edu).

The Africana/Black Studies Colloquium is an interdisciplinary colloquium seeks to be the intellectual space (within the department and beyond) for conversations around African American and Black Diasporic literatures, politics, and cultures. We will feature UMD faculty and students as well as guests from all over the country and world.  The A/BS programming will happen through the generous support of The Center for Literary and Comparative Studies.