High on the Hog: Foodways throughout the African Diaspora

BLACK HISTORY MONTH KICKOFF EVENT   High on the Hog: Foodways throughout the African Diaspora A Conversation with Dr. Jessica B. Harris   Date: Tuesday, Feb. 1, 7:00-8:30pm. Platform: Zoom Register HERE! Africana Studies, the Lawnside Historical Society, Global Studies, Latin American Studies, Liberal Studies, Public Policy and Administration, and the Office of the Vice-Chancellor for Diversity, … Continue reading High on the Hog: Foodways throughout the African Diaspora

Black Germany and Beyond Conference, Feb. 17-20

Africana Studies at Rutgers University-Camden is collaborating with The Black German Heritage and Research Association (BGHRA) in hosting a four day virtual conference “ALL BLACK LIVES MATTER: Black Germany and Beyond”on February 17-20, 2022. The conference will be the culmination of our year long event series, “ALL BLACK LIVES MATTER,” and in celebration of Black … Continue reading Black Germany and Beyond Conference, Feb. 17-20

Haiti: History and Current Affairs Panel

Haiti: History and Current Affairs Panel Africana Studies invites you to a panel discussion, led by Dr. Eliezer Marcellus, that will share information about the powerful, but neglected, history of Haiti with an eye towards raising awareness around current challenges the country is facing. It will feature expert panelists in history, politics, and health care. … Continue reading Haiti: History and Current Affairs Panel

Spring 2022 Courses

AFRICANA STUDIES  Spring 2022 Courses   50:014:130                   Introduction to Africana Studies TTh  2:00-3:20 Instructor: Moses   50:014:204                   African American History II Cross-listed with 50:512:204:01 MW  2:05-3:25 Instructor: Boyd   50:014:301                   Harlem Renaissance Cross-listed with 50:352:351:01              TTh  9:35-10:55 Instructor: Green   50:014:381              Special Topics: Histories of Imperialism Cross-listed with 50:516:265:01 … Continue reading Spring 2022 Courses

Black Lives Matter

BLACK LIVES MATTER   In solidarity with local and global movements to preserve and honor black lives, dismantle white supremacy, and interrogate the vexed history that has brought us to this moment, Africana Studies at Rutgers-Camden affirms the following principles:   We affirm the value of all human life, and that of all human beings, … Continue reading Black Lives Matter