The Black Studies Research Roundtable
Jacob S. Dorman @JakeDPhD & Tyler D. Parry @ProfTDParry Co-Directors
A forum for sharing work by Black Studies scholars and students in Nevada and beyond, and a network for mentoring, support, and socializing with meetings via webinar, usually at 4 pm on the fourth Friday of each month, recorded for later viewing on demand.
3:45 social - 4:00 talk - 4:35 response - 4:40 q&a - 5:00 q&a & social
Register for meeting links and info on complimentary books and mentoring: https://bit.ly/2NL5Ast
February 26, 2021
Albert Rudolph Lee, DM, UNR
Javon Johnson, PhD, UNLV
Ain’t Never Not Been Black, Button Poetry Press, 2020.
Pardis Dabashi, PhD, UNR Respondent
All Discussion of presentations and of the BSRR.
March 26, 2021
Tyler D. Parry, PhD, UNLV
Jumping The Broom: The Surprising Multicultural Origins of a
Black Wedding Ritual, University of North Carolina Press 2020.
Greta de Jong, PhD, UNR Respondent
April 23, 2021
A.B. Wilkinson, PhD, UNLV
Blurring the Lines of Race and Freedom: Mulattoes and Mixed-Bloods
in English Colonial America, University of North Carolina Press, 2020.
Cameron B. Strang, PhD, UNR Respondent.
May 14, 2021
Justin Gifford, PhD, UNR
Revolution or Death: The Life of Eldridge Cleaver. Lawrence Hill Books, 2020.
Joseph (Jody) Edward Lykes IV, PhD, UNR Respondent
The BSRR is generously supported this semester by donations from Button Poetry Press and Lawrence Hill Books.
MEDIA CONTACT: JACOB S. DORMAN, PH.D., JDORMAN@UNR.EDU, (510) 730-1490 MOBILE