AAS Colloquium: Queering Black Studies

Wed, Jan 19, 2022, 5:00 pm

Please join the African American Studies department for our spring colloquium, “Queering Black Studies” as we discuss historical, literary, and cultural analyses of Black queer life throughout the African diaspora with esteemed panelists:

Omise’eke Tinsley (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Jafari Allen (University of Miami)
Kemi Adeyemi (University of Washington) 

Registration required to attend via Zoom.

Location: 
Zoom webinar
Sponsor(s): 
African American Studies

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