African and African-American Studies
Choate House, HB 6134
34 North Main Street
Hanover, NH 03755
About the Banner:
The “Life of Malcolm X” murals were painted by Florian Jenkins in 1972. The eight panels depict the life and assassination of the human rights activist. The murals were sponsored by the Afro-American Society and are located in Cutter-Shabazz Hall.
Assistant Professor of African and African-American Studies
Office: 201 Choate House
Hinman Box: 6134
B.A. Columbia University
M.A. Duke University
Ph.D. Duke University
AAAS 7: Women, Gender and Sexuality in the Caribbean
AAAS 60: Slavery and Emancipation in Latin America and the Caribbean
AAAS 83.4: Caribbean History, 1898 to the present
AAAS 86: Nationalism and Revolution in the Caribbean
AAAS 90.3: Afro-Diasporic Dialogues: Latin America and the U.S.
Nationalism and Social Movements in Latin America and the Caribbean; African Diaspora in Latin America; Africana Political Thought; Gender and Sexuality Studies; Migration Studies
Review of Comparative Perspectives on Afro-Latin America by Kwame Dixon and John Burdick, PALARA, The Publication of the Afro-Latin American Research Association (Fall 2012), pp. 90-94.
“Amy Jacques Garvey, Theodore Bilbo, and the Paradoxes of Black Nationalism,” in Global Circuits of Blackness: Interrogating the African Diaspora, J M Rahier, P C Hintzen, and F Smith, (eds.) (2010) 152-173.
“Women and Protest in the Anglophone Caribbean,” in The International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest: 1500 to the Present, Immanuel Ness, (eds.), (2009) 3558–3560.
Shifting Loyalties: War and the Politics of Empire in the Greater Caribbean, 1914-1938, book manuscript in progress
Last Updated: 10/16/13