Winter 2024: AAS New Directions in African American and African Studies Speaker Series with Dr. Gina Ulysse

 Welcome to the AAS Winter 2024 New Directions Speaker Series! We are proud and honored to have such an amazing group of inspirational speakers present their research and life's work. Thank you to our co-sponsors: the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) and the Manetti Shrem Museum.  

Register here for Dr. Gina Ulysse's talk. This is a hybrid event. Guests are welcome to join in person in Hart Hall 3201. Food will be provided. 

Winter 2024: AAS Book Celebration with Professor Emerita Halifu Osumare

The African American and African Studies department welcomes you to join us on Wednesday, March 13th to celebrate the book launch of Professor Emerita Halifu Osumare's new book: Dancing the Afrofuture: Hula, Hip-Hop, and the Dunham Legacy

The event will take place in Hart Hall 3201 on Wednesday, March 13th from 4pm-6pm. We hope to see you there!

Register for the event: HERE 

AAS Winter Symposium: Reimagining Repair

The Department of African American & African Studies welcomes you to join in our Winter Symposium: Reimagining Repair, on Thursday and Friday, Jan. 11-12, 2024. The symposium will be a hybrid virtual and in-person format, with presentations via zoom and audience members joining both in-person (with food) and remotely. In-person events will take place at the UC Davis International Center -- 463 California Ave., Davis, CA 95616 -- 3rd Floor, where virtual zoom presentations will be broadcast on the projector screen.

Winter 2024: New Directions in African American and African Studies Speaker Series

Welcome to the AAS Winter 2024 New Directions Speaker Series! We are proud and honored to have such an amazing group of inspirational speakers present their research and life's work. Thank you to our co-sponsors: the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) and the Manetti Shrem Museum.  

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Fall 2023: AAS Book Celebration with Dr. Benjamin Weber

The African American and African Studies department welcomes you to join us on Sunday, October 15th to celebrate the book launch of Dr. Benjamin Weber's new book: American Purgatory: Prison Imperialism and the Rise of Mass Incarceration (The New Press).

The event will take place at the Manetti Shrem Museum on campus from 2pm to 3:30pm, with books available for purchase, followed by a reception at The Snug in Sacramento from 4pm to 6pm.  We hope to see you there!

Fall 2023: New Directions in African American and African Studies Speaker Series

Welcome to the AAS Fall 2023 New Directions Speaker Series! We are proud and honored to have such an amazing group of inspirational speakers present their research and life's work.

Register here for Dr. Jemima Pierre's talk. This event will be in-person.

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