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Tips for Understanding Black History Month- 2017 RESIST Edition

It’s that time of year again, Black History Month. And in 2017, we may need it more than ever. Every February in the United States, the country sets aside 28 (or 29 in a leap year) days to celebrate, discuss and engage Black History. 3,631 more words


Prog #129: 'Fraid I Couldn't Find the Vodka! (Battle of the Black Atlantic, part 2)

Case File

Dredd clambers aboard the Sov ship and makes good on his threat to arrest the entire vessel. 238 more words


Prog #128: I'm Extending the City Limits! (Battle of the Black Atlantic, part 1)

Case File

A routine crime blitz leads to suspicions that someone is selling secrets to the Sovs. Dredd find himself heading out into the polluted Black Atlantic to take on East-Meg 1 spies. 502 more words


Guest Post: Dress and West African Desire

Jessica Blake is a PhD candidate in U.S. History at the University of California-Davis, where she is completing a dissertation entitled, “A Taste for Africa: Imperial Fantasy and Clothes Commerce in Revolutionary-era New Orleans.” She is currently a dissertation fellow at the Winterthur Museum and Archive. 822 more words

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Being White and Playing Black Music

A tricky one to talk about without seeming ridiculous (a great fear of mine). But since starting this blog 13 months back I’ve come upon too much good stuff not to share. 1,388 more words


CFP: "Is there an African Atlantic?" @ MAHS Conference 2017

The Atlantic Ocean provides Africanist art historians a rich model of investigation and analysis. Connecting Africa to Europe and the Americas, the Atlantic maps the flows, circularities, and dislocations of African arts in and out of diaspora. 183 more words

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Guest Post: Echoes of Revolution: Resistance, Hip Hop, and the Black Atlantic

This is the fifth and final post in The Junto’s roundtable on the Black Atlantic. The first was by Marley-Vincent Lindsey, the second was by Mark J. 1,494 more words