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Shirley Graham and W.E.B. DuBois Lecture Series

Each year the Africana and Latin American Studies (ALST) Program brings speakers to campus as part of the Shirley Graham and W.E.B. DuBois Lecture Series to expand upon the ALST curriculum and challenge students like you to critically analyze what you are learning in the classroom.

Fall 2017

Professor Dianne Stewart "The Nationality There is Methodist:The Black Church in America and Other Africana Religious Structures of Nation-building" 
Date: October 26th
Location: Persson Auditorium

Fall 2016

Dr. Ada Ferrer "Aponte’s Vision: Toward Hemispheric Histories of Black Anti-Slavery" 
Date: October 6th 
Location: Persson Auditorium

Fall 2015

Professor Lawrence Hill "The Book of Negroes: Fiction and the American Revolution"

Date: November 12th 
Location: Love Auditorium 

Fall 2014

Professor Robert Trent Vinson "Which Walk to Freedom?" W.E.B. Du Bois, Marcus Garvey, and the Promise and Peril of Pan-Africanism in Twentieth Century South Africa

Date: October 15th
Location: Love Auditorium

Past Lectures

The playlist below includes the full videos of past lectures from the series: