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

Recent News

STATEMENT ON THE SUSPENSION OF THE MULTICULTURAL CENTER - 3.2.24

The Department of Black Studies Winter 2024 Colloquium Series presents Black Studies in the 21st Century - "Angola Prison's Black Ecologies," a Lecture by Dr. Justin Hosbey

Department of Black Studies and Program in Latin American & Iberian Studies present: "Capitalismo, Racial, Violencia de Genero y Acumulación en Colombia y México" - D. Ramírez & G. Rodriguez en conversacion con Emiko Saldívar (En Español)

Professor Sabrina Strings, North Hall Chair of Black Studies, publishes THE END OF LOVE (Beacon Press, 2024)

Professor Omise'eke Tinsley' The Color Pynk  wins 2023 John Leo & Dana Heller Award for Best Single Work, Anthology, Multi-Authored, or Edited Book in LGBTQ Studies, Popular and American Culture Association (PACA) / Popular Culture Association (PCA)

Department of Black Studies Colloqium Series Calendar - Winter and Spring 2024

"Black Studies in the 2st Century"

A Mellon Foundation Affirming Multivocal Humanities Initiative