Black Women's Conference: #SAYHERNAME

Black Women's Conference: #SAYHERNAME

Black Women's Conference: #SayHerName: SOLHOT-LEX and Incorporating Black Girls in the Fight Against State Violence

Telling It Like It Is: A conversation with Merlene Davis

GWS & AAAS Fall 2016 Course Preview

Moving Mountains and Liberating Dialogues: My Life as a Black Feminist Archaeologist

Talk by Crystal Wilkinson

Bodies of Evidence: "Marriage and its Troubles"

"We Hear You: What We Have Learned from the First Year of Data from the Campus Attitudes Toward Safety (CATS) Study"

Opening Weekend of "In the Red and Brown Water"

Black Faculty Reception

Screening & Panel: "Let the Fire Burn"

Bodies of Evidence: Policing Queer Bodies

Black Law Student Association: 11th Annual Law Student for a Day

A Reading by Roxane Gay

R.C. May Photopgraphy Endowment Lecture Series: Deborah WIllis

Bodies of Evidence: Policing Black Bodies

GWS & AAAS Breckinridge Bash and Spring Course Preview

Jennifer Jones: A Complicity of Silence: Aaron Henry The Fire Ever Burning and the Possibilities of Archiving Black Genders/Sexualities

"We a BaddDDD People: A Conversation with Sonia Sanchez"

The JUMP! Project: Just Us Moms Performing

AAAS Reading Series: DaMaris Hill

"Been to the Mountain: Appalachian Origins of the Civil Rights Movement", an Appalachian Forum

Benham Coal Museum Tour

21st Annual Black Women's Conference

Carter G. Woodson Lecture Series: Steve Davis

CANCELED. Will be rescheduled: Birds of Opulence: Black Women, Madness, and Resilience in Appalachia

***EVENT CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER***6th Annual Appalachian Research Community Symposium and Arts Showcase

Breckinridge Bash: GWS & AAAS Fall course preview

Nan Woodruff: Living with the Legacies of Violence in the Jim Crow South:Memory, Trauma, and the Civil Rights Movement"

SWAP Meeting with Iryna Galushchak: "Economic, Ecological and Cultural Influences on Regional Development in the Ukrainian Carpathian Mountains"

Jennifer D. Jones: Looking for Lorraine and Langston: Queering African-American Archives and Histories

African American LGBTQ History Panel Discussion

Women and Peacebuilding: Lessons Learned from Post-Genocide Rwanda

Invited Lecture: Danielle L. McGuire

A Reading & Conversation with Emily Raboteau

"All Eyes on Me: The Tyranny of the Gaze in French Caribbean Communities."

Know Your Rights: Community & Law Enforcement in a Post-Ferguson America

Appalachian Forum and Film Screening and Discussion of Up the Ridge

Carter G. Woodson Lecture Series: Jasmine McNealy

Film Viewing & Discussion: Be Like Others

GWS & AAAS: Breckinridge Hall Open House

Book Launch: Kentucky's Cookbook Heritage: Two Hundred Years of Southern Cuisine and Culture

“Chronic Liminality: living on the edge in a Zambian park buffer zone”

CKCPJ Voices Series 2014: Book group discussion of The Rich and the Rest of Us

“Once Upon a Time When We Were Colored Girls: Reclaiming Black Girlhoods through Black Women in Academia”

Rashad Shabazz: "Our Prison": Kitchenettes, Carceral Power and Black Masculinity During the Interwar Years

Writing African American Biography: The Case of William Wells Brown, Kentuckian

Cancelled--Bagel Hour with Jared Gardner

DaMaris Hill Reading an Excerpt From Her Novel Willows in the Spring

Carter G. Woodson Lecture Series: DaMaris Hill

"Kosher/Soul? Black-Jewish Identity Cooking"

National Conference on Undergraduate Research

Nelson Mandela Lecture in Community Sustainability: Ouita Michel

Conference on Political and Economic Inequality

African American and Africana Studies Social Science Speaker Series: Karyn Lacy

The Power of Babel: and Why We Can't Fight it in Our Own Language

Analysis and PDE Seminar

Analysis and PDE Seminar

A Night of African American Jewish Culture

Reel to Reel: Special Collection at the Movies "Beloved"

Something Old, Something New: Disability, Gender, Blackness and Performance in African Diaspora and African-American Studies

The Body in Pain, Performance in African Diaspora and Caribbean Studies

Snap Shot: A Theatrical Performance

Tracy Fisher: "Rethinking Blackness, Feminisms, and Transracial Solidarities"

Film showing of Captain Phillips

Dr. Awet Weldemichael lecture on Somalian Pirates

Analysis and PDE Seminar

3rd Thursday Soup & Substance: Rock the Vote: Do You Know Your Rights?

When Going Home is Hard

Analysis and PDE Seminar

Film Screening: Girl Rising

Aiming For New Heights: Conference on Civil Rights

"Davis Bottom: Rare History, Valuable Lives" Premiere

Analysis and PDE Seminar

Analysis and PDE Seminar

Analysis and PDE Seminar

Craft Writing: Beer, the Digital, and Craft Culture

Analysis and PDE Seminar

Analysis and PDE Seminar

From Emmett Till to Trayvon Martin: Race and Cultural Masculinities

Analysis and PDE Seminar

Reception for Dr. Nancy Tomes

Nancy Tomes: "Doctor Shoppers: A Gendered Perspective on the History of Medical Consumerism"

Edna Wangui (Ohio University)

5th Biennial Herbert Marcuse Society Conference

Analysis and PDE Seminar

Davis Bottom: Rare History, Valuable Lives

King Cafe: Storytellers hosted by Devine Carama

Viva Mexico Event: Gustavo Arellano

Platanos y Collard Greens

Dr. Kaila Story "The White Man’s the Devil~ The Black Man is King: Intraracial Sexual Politics and the Consequences for Black Women"

I Live I See: The Poetry of Vsevolod Nekrasov

Interactive Colloquium on African American Rhetoric/Book Presentation

Invisible War--Documentary

Migration and Sociopolitical Mobility in Africa and the Africian Diasporas International Conference Honoring Edward A. Alpers

From the Bullet to the Ballot: The Illinois Chapter of the Black Panther Party and Racial Coalition of Politics in Chicago

Poetry Reading in the Open Air

"The Making of an Icon: Black Harlem and the Jewish Lower East Side"

A Geography of Small Spaces

Table, Map and Text: Writing in France circa 1600

The Urban Age in Question

Public Reading by A.J. Verdelle

Africa to Appalachia - closing concert for the Global Mountain Regions Conference

Janet Stamatel Lecture, “Democracy, Crime, & Punishment in Central Eastern Europe”

“b-Mail: Everyday Communication on Birch bark in Medieval Russia”

"Energy Politics in Russia"

"Human Trafficking in the former USSR"

Year of Russia's Realms Animated Film Festival

“Human Trafficking in Eurasia”

“Interpersonal violence in post-Soviet Russia: Socioeconomic change, political change, and alcohol.”

Year of Russia's Realms Animated Film Festival

‘Science’ In Social Science, an Epistemological Dilemma for Scholarship on Africa: Reflections on the Universal

CFP: Networked Humanities: From Within and Without the University

S.T. Roach Community Conversations: Sankofa Awards

Kentucky Foreign Language Conference

Learning the Ropes: Black Girlhood, Identity and the Power of Play

Kathleen Fitzpatrick

Symposium - Narrating the Caribbean: Food for the Soul or Food for Thought

Symposium - Narrating the Caribbean: Food for the Soul or Food for Thought

Understanding the Misconceptions of Islam: Jihad and more

S.T. Roach Community Conversations: 99 Problems

S.T. Roach Community Conversations: The Power and the Pain of Empowered Black Men

S.T. Roach Community Conversation - The Enemy Within: Black Male Health and Healing

S.T. Roach Community Conversations: So Black I'm Blue

S.T. Roach Community Conversations: Dr. King's Dream for Black Men, What's Next?

S.T. Roach Community Conversations - Rebuilding The Block: A Celebration of Black Male Excellence

Jean Baker discusses her new biography of Margaret Sanger

Lecture: "Estado Plurinacional Derechos Afrodescendientes y Desigualdad Racial en Ecuador"

CHINA Town Hall: Local Connections, National Reflections

A Conversation with Rufus Friday

“Insiders and Outsiders: Jewish Communities in the Appalachian Coalfields”

The History Department presents Daniel Sharfstein, "Secrets and Lines: Uncovering a History of Race in the United States"

First Friday Panel Discussion - Does Culture Matter in Sustainable Agriculture

Isaac Murphy Bike Club Ride/Walk

An Evening with Talib Kweli

African American and Africana Studies Hosts Tailgate Event

Carter G Woodson Lecture Series - Robert Mock

Ned Stuckey-French to give lecture "Baldwin, Didion, Digitization, and the Future"

Celebration of Faculty Excellence Reception

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