Above: (1) Enslaved Africans in Hold of Slave Ship, 1827. Bristol Central Reference Library and Adam Hochschild. (2) Jack Delano, Group of Florida migrants on their way home to Cranberry, New Jersey, to pick potatoes, near Sharboro, North Carolina, July 1941. Farm Security Administration, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. (3) Jacob Lawrence, The Migration Series, 1940-41. Tempera on Hardboard (The Phillips Collection, Washington D.C.). Photo by Steven Zucker.
February 7-8, 2019
University of Missouri (MU)
This year's Black History Month theme is “Black Migrations.
Welcome to Black Studies
Missed the event, you can still watch the livestream https://livestream.com/mizzou/twoyearslater
This Is Not Your Grandfather's Black Studies: Centering Pleasure and Anti-Respectability as Methodology
Call For Papers (CFP): This Is Not Your Grandfather's Black Studies: Centering Pleasure and Anti-Respectability as Methodology
University of Missouri, Columbia
October 13-14, 2017
The James S. Rollins Slavery Atonement Endowment Call for Proposals
The theme for this year's Black History Month is Focus on Black Education.
Join us this Friday, October 28, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. in Conservation Auditorium to reflect on our response to the important race and social justice issues raised by our student in the fall of 2015.
The 2016 Black Studies Fall Conference is October 14-15, 2016. This year’s theme is “Black Resistance in the Americas: Slavery and its Aftermath.” The event is free and open to the public.