Remembering Langston Hughes: His Art, Life, and Legacy Fifty Years Later is a local and national forum on Langston Hughes. Langston Hughes has long shaped people’s understanding of themselves and of the United States more broadly. […]
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,[…]
The Princeton & Slavery Project, a scholarly investigation of Princeton University’s historical engagement with the institution of slavery, will launch its website and host a scholarly symposium on November 17-18, 2017. Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison[…]
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[…]