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African American Studies at Princeton University

African American Studies at Princeton University is a monthly podcast conversation about the books and ideas animating the field of African American Studies in the 21st Century and the political, economic, and cultural forces that shape our understanding of race and racial groups. We invite you to listen as we “read” how race and culture are produced globally – looking past outcomes to beginnings, questioning dominant discourses, and considering evidence instead of myth. The podcast is recorded and produced at Princeton University in the Department of African American Studies. Visit aas.princeton.edu for more information.

info_outline How Christian Scott Atunde Adjuah Is Revolutionizing The Genre Of Jazz 10/17/2019
info_outline The Journey From Solitary To Activism 10/01/2019
info_outline Legacy and Racialized Politics 09/06/2019
info_outline 16 - Black Bodies, White Gold 04/29/2019
info_outline 15 - The Influence of Ancient Ethiopia 03/12/2019
info_outline Inspiring Change in Trump's America 01/29/2019
info_outline Black Pulp Fiction’s Uncanny Origins 07/10/2018
info_outline Reimagining Science and Technology 03/28/2018
info_outline The Making of the Modern Black Diaspora 02/19/2018
info_outline The Pulse of Black Life in the Long 19th Century 12/15/2017
info_outline Rethinking Empire and Democracy 11/06/2017
info_outline The Formation of 'Religio-Racial' Identity 08/02/2017
info_outline What Was African American Marriage? 06/08/2017
info_outline Before Cornel West, After Cornel West 05/10/2017
info_outline An Insistence on Not Being Discouraged 04/06/2017
info_outline A Through Line for African American Studies 03/01/2017
info_outline Activism and Risk in the Face of Trump 12/08/2016
info_outline Langston Hughes, Religious Thinker 11/02/2016
info_outline Convergences and Dissonance: Movement and Elections 10/05/2016