The visual artist Titus Kaphar will unveil and discuss a new statue commissioned by the Princeton University Art Museum on the occasion of the Princeton & Slavery conference. More information to be announced soon.
A conference commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the death of Langston Hughes. Presented by Wallace Best and the Departments of Religion and African American Studies.
The Department of African American Studies Reunions Reception presents an opportunity to reconnect with old friends and connect with new ones. Stop by Stanhope Hall between 2:00pm and 4:00pm to enjoy refreshments, meet students and faculty,[…]
Registration for the symposium will open in mid-September. Check back in the coming months for the most up-to-date information. To be included in the mailing list, click here. The Princeton & Slavery Project, a scholarly investigation[…]
The year is 1905. A young, single African American seamstress is supporting herself by creating exquisite lingerie for wealthy Manhattan clients. When a letter arrives from a stranger, it awakens a desire within her that[…]
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Mark your calendars for a public conversation with performing artists Mick Jenkins and Jamila Woods. Jenkins and Woods are participants in the Princeton African American Studies Graduate Conference, ‘eighteen hundred and more – mourning the needy dead[…]