XI Congresso de Pesquisadores/as Negros/as – Curitiba, 9 a 12 de Novembro

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La Asociación Brasileña de Investigadores/as Negros/as – ABPN y la Universidad Federal de Paraná (UFPR) tienen la satisfacción de invitar a la comunidad de investigadores/as, profesionales de la educación básica y activistas del movimiento social para el XI Congreso Brasileño de Investigadores/as Negros/as – XI COPENE, evento que ocurrirá del 9 al 12 de noviembre […]


Call for Applications – Internship with the Masters Program in Afro-Colombian Studies (Cartagena Colombia)

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Colombia is home to the third largest Afro-descendent population in the African Diaspora after the United States and Brazil. However, while there has been a long history of academic exchange between Brazil and the United States, little scholarly attention has been paid to the links between the United States and Colombia. To address this gap, […]


Black Stars Align Conference 2020

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WATCH HOW THE BLACK STARS ALIGN FOR OUR PEOPLE IN 2020 July 30 – August 2, 2020 NOW IS THE TIME TO BRING US ALL TOGETHER FOR COLLECTIVE FREEDOM In 1920, Africans Around The World Envisioned Black Liberation From White Powers. Almost 100 years to the date, we invite every black person for a conference […]


Collegium for African Diaspora Dance 4th Bi-Annual Conference at Duke University February 21-23, 2020

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The Collegium for African Diaspora Dance (CADD) will bring scholars, practitioners and educators together for three days of intellectual and artistic inspiration, Feb. 21-23, at Duke University’s Rubenstein Arts Center. The fourth bi-annual conference will provoke enlivened discussions on the power and politics of global Black dance and feature prominent keynote speakers including dancer and […]


The Thirteenth Biennial International & Interdisciplinary Research Conference of the Afro-Latin/American Research Association (ALARA)

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Theme: “Resilience, Climate Crisis, and Social Justice” 4-8 August 2020 San Juan, Puerto Rico Submission Deadline: March 15, 2020 Full Panel Abstracts are Encouraged   The conference organizers are soliciting one-page abstracts for papers in Spanish, English, French, or Portuguese, as well as proposals for panels on literary, historical, linguistic, social science, and other relevant […]


NEW Afroperuvian Bibliography

By Webmaster on Monday, February, 3rd, 2020 in Announcements. No Comments

I am pleased to inform you that the Ministry of Culture of Peru has published the book by researcher Rosa Dorival entitled “Afroperuanos, history and culture: a bibliographic account” that brings together the bibliographic references of everything published on Afro-Peruvians. The book is freely accessible and can be consulted at: https://bit.ly/36v2ahv


“Truths and Reckonings: The Art of Transformative Racial Justice”: A “Pop-Up” Memorial Museum

By Webmaster on Monday, February, 3rd, 2020 in Announcements. No Comments

Truths And Reckonings: The Art of Transformative Racial Justice An exhibition curated by African & African American Studies Professor Geoff Ward with Miranda Rectenwald and Jessi Cerutti, at John M. Olin Library, Julian Edison Department of Special Collections Reading Room, February 7, 2020–April 19, 2020. A viewing, reception, and panel and audience discussion of the exhibit will be held at Kemper Art Museum on Feb. 10th from 5:30 […]


Black Stars Aligned: 100th Anniversary of the Inaugural UNIA Convention

By Webmaster on Friday, January, 31st, 2020 in Announcements. No Comments

This event has been rescheduled. Click here for the updated link. In 1920, Africans around the world envisioned Black liberation from White powers. From the beginning of the Harlem Renaissance in New York to the Black mine workers striking in South Africa, Africans raised their political consciousness, determined their own identities and organized for the […]


CFP: Graduate Training in Africana Religions

By Webmaster on Monday, January, 13th, 2020 in Announcements. No Comments

Imagine you have the power to revolutionize graduate education in Africana religions. Now, share that vision with the world… The Journal of Africana Religions invites articles of 8,000 words and round table comments of 3,000 words that offer new, exciting ideas for how graduate students should be trained in Africana religions. The global study Africana religions has […]


Call for Papers/Proposals – Southwest Conference on Black Studies 2020

By Webmaster on Monday, December, 16th, 2019 in Announcements. No Comments

Call for Papers/Proposals The Africana Studies Program at The University of New Mexico has entered its 50th year. In homage to the discipline, our practitioners, and supporters, we will host the Inaugural Southwest Conference on Black Studies. Through the conference, we hope to reinforce the founding pillars of the discipline and reflect on our long-standing […]