New Documentary, Civil War (or, Who Do We Think We Are) Now Availalbe for Preview

Outcast Films newest release, Civil War (or, Who Do We Think We Are) is now available for preview.  If you are interetested in watching the film, please send us an email at info@outcast-films.com


Civil War (or, Who Do We Think We Are)

Directed by Rachel Boynton 
Produced by Rachel Boynton and Erika Dilday
USA / 100 mins / 2021

Inhuman memory conference (rescheduled) - registration open!

 

Dear colleagues, 

We warmly invite you to the re-scheduled conference Inhuman Memory: ‘Race’ and ecology across timescales which will take place at King’s College London on the 26th April 2022.

With a keynote by Professor Kathryn Yusoff, this one-day conference will explore the intersection of race and ecology to offer alternatives to the systematic, material, and historical exploitation of colonial and capitalist politics.

Teaching materials for Journalism and Jim Crow: White Supremacy and the Black Struggle for a New America

Hi, JHistory colleagues! Our new book is finally out: Journalism and Jim Crow: White Supremacy and the Black Struggle for a New America. If you teach US press or media history, we hope you'll consider teaching parts, or all, it. You can buy a copy at University of Illinois Press at a 50% discount using promo code HOLIDAY50 by Dec. 31. We offer a robust discussion guide on the book's website for use in the classroom.

EVENTS: Katz Center Online Lecture Series: Fall 2021

Each year, the Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies at the University of Pennsylvania offers a lineup of public programs to share the fruits of scholarly research with wider audiences. These lectures feature current fellows along with colleagues from across the field talking about new and critical issues in Jewish studies. 

Visit our website for more details about this semester's excellent lineup! These events are free and open to all on Zoom.

 

ANN: Center for Black, Brown, and Queer Studies Fellowship

The Center for Black, Brown, and Queer Studies (BBQ+) is an independent Center dedicated to interdisciplinary research, pedagogy, and mentorship in critical race, Indigenous, postcolonial, and queer studies. Our fellowship is a year-long program that brings together a diverse group of scholars from undergraduates to postgraduates working across these fields in a collaborative and supportive environment.

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