Professor Suzuko Morikawa, a Temple alum, and a history professor at Chicago State University will present on her career since she left Temple. Dr. Morikawa will speak at 2 PM in the Weigley Room, Gladfelter Hall, 9th Floor.
Professor Ibram Kendi of the University of Florida will speak on his latest book dealing with race in the American society at 2 PM in the Weigley Room in Gladfelter Hall. Dr. Kendi is a former student at Temple University and is the author of two important books, Stamped from the Beginning and The Black Campus Movement, in the field. He was also the President of the Graduate Student Association at Temple.
The Department of Africology and African American Studies is partnering with the Diopian Institute on the first day of the Diop Conference. Held in the Walk Auditorium the first day of the International Cheikh Anta Diop International Conference will feature Dr. Maulana Karenga, Dr. Molefi Kete Asante, Dr. Aoua Bocar, and Dr. Ama Mazama. It is like all Temple programs free to students. The public is invited.
Dr. Reynaldo Anderson, professor of Harris-Stowe University, will lead a national discussion on Afrofuturism. The one day seminar will entertain the works of several outstanding Afrofuturists in conjunction with the National Communication Association’s convention