The Department of Black Studies is rooted in the Black Radical Tradition and recognizes the need to combat global antiblackness and intersectional injustice. 

Recent News

The Hull Endowed Chair & Department of Feminist Studies presents - The Annual Hull Lecture by Dr. Anne Premilla Nadasen || "Care: The Highest Stage of Capitalism"


Black Studies Colloquium Series presents: "Theorizing Black Inches: Reading the Homo-Thug in Thug Pornography" - A lecture by Mark Lockwood, Dissertation Scholar

Black Studies Colloquium Series: "Exploring the Transformative Power of Studying Black Life" - Waverly Duck, Professor and North Hall Chair of Sociology || 4/20, 10:30am-12:00pm ||

Urban Colonialscapes: Racial Apartheid and Spatial Insurgency (Online Seminar) || April 5th-June 15th 

March 7, 2024: Department of Black Studies + Students for Justice in Palestine + Academics for Justice in Palestine!!!