The Frederick Douglass Institute's Work in Progress Seminar Series is a multi-disciplinary seminar touching upon Africa and its Diaspora. The seminars offer an engaging environment wherein graduate students and faculty working in the broad area of African and African-American Studies present and discuss on their ongoing research.
Date & Time
|Sunday, February 8, 20153:00 PM||Spurrier Dance Studio/Theater|
Inspire Dance: world renowned dance company
|Monday, September 15, 20146:00 PM - 8:00 PM||Hawkins-Carlson Room, Rush Rhees Library |
Inequality, Race and Rebellion: Rochester '64 and Ferguson '14
|Tuesday, November 19, 2013|
In the News: What Will Help Africa Rise?
|Sunday, February 23, 20143:00 PM||Alumni and Advancement Center Auditorium on the University of Rochesters Brighton campus, 300 E. River Road|
"Struggle Towards Freedom"
|Saturday, February 15, 20142:00 PM||Liebner Cooper Room (Athletics Center) |
|Wednesday, October 30, 201312:00 PM||540 Lattimore Hall|
Faculty Research Seminar: "Queer Intimacies of Hip Hop"by Dr. Elliot Powell