African Diaspora Studies in Advanced Placement

Dear Colleagues,

I saw this article today about a new African Diaspora curriculum in the Advanced Placement program: https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/education/new-college-board-curriculum-puts-the-afric...

Apparently this is not a new course, but the curriculum can be taught as part of the fairly new AP Capstone program.

Prof Matthew J. Smith (UCL) will deliver this year's James McCune Smith Memorial Lecture, hosted by the Beniba Centre for Slavery Studies.

Prof Matthew J. Smith (UCL) will deliver this year's James McCune Smith Memorial Lecture, hosted by the Beniba Centre for Slavery Studies.

About this Event

In 1804 the republic of Haiti became the first Caribbean territory to abolish slavery and demolish colonial rule. This was an end and beginning. Freedom from slavery meant that in a world dominated by imperial powers Haiti would be considered a threat to notions of white rule. But for Haiti’s Caribbean neighbours it was something more promising.

POSTPONEMENT: International Interdisciplinary Conference on Repatriation in Africa, the African Diaspora and other Global Contexts: Histories, Practices, Understandings and Constructions

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Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
April 15, 2021

Cultures of Resistance, a new book series in the field of Black Studies from the University of South Carolina Press, seeks submissions

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Type: 
Call for Publications
Location: 
South Carolina, United States
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