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The University of Pittsburgh
Department of Africana Studies
Speaker Series: Race, Science, and Technology in the Global African World
Call for Papers: Representations of Afrolatinidad in Global Perspective Conference
Documenting Diasporas: Afro-Latin Americans and Afro-Latinos Symposium
Dr. Covington-Ward to Receive the Teshome H. Gabriel Award
"Studying Migration, Refugee Issues at Oxford University, Alumna Draws on Personal History"
Black Nativity 2017
"Transcendence and the Africana Literary Enterprise"
"Yolanda Covington-Ward fulfills a prophecy of liberation"
Dr. Covington-Ward awarded 2017 Elliott P. Skinner Book Award for her book Gesture and Power
Africana Studies Department's 2nd Annual Distinguished Lecture
Diverse Spiritualities: Embodiment and Relationality In Religions of African and its Diasporas
2177 Summer Term Sessions and Informational Calendar
Pitt Chronicle...Q&A: Africana Studies Chair Christel N. Temple
Dr. Christel N. Temple is the new Chair of the Department of Africana Studies!
Dr. Michael Tillotson's story on the front page of the Post-Gazette regarding his book “Invisible Jim Crow: Contemporary Ideological Threats to the Internal Security of African-Americans" and the Clinton's