The African Studies Center (ASC) sponsors conferences, lectures, exhibits, film series, and cultural performances throughout the year. These events are designed to foster understanding of Africa among members of the U-M community and the public and to advance the exchange of resources and knowledge between U-M and its partners in Africa.
In addition to our yearly programming, ASC considers funding requests to cosponsor lectures, events, performances, and activities that coincide with the our mission to promote a broad and deep understanding of the region. Request to cosponsor an event»
Black Art, Politics and Visibility: “Printed” Challenges for the Black Community in Brazil and the US in Times of Totalitarianism
Luciane Ramos Silva and Nabor Jr, editors of the Afro-Brazilian magazine O Menelick 2Ato, will discuss historical and current relations between Brazilian and American black presses. By discussing the dominant aesthetic and poetic regimes of representation, Luciane and Nabor will propose the black arts as a fundamental channel of critical engagement in contexts of social and political cleavage.
Light refreshments will be served. Free and open to the public.
Co-sponsors: Romance Languages and Literatures Department, UM Hatcher Graduate Library, UM Library Mini Grant, Women’s Studies, Institute for Research on Women and Gender (IRWG), Language Resource Center (LRC), Department of History, African Studies Center, Center for Latin-American and Caribbean Studies – Brazil Initiative, Department of Communication and Media, Department of Afroamerican and African Studies.
|Event Type:||Lecture / Discussion|
|Tags:||African American, Art, Black America, Central America, Contemporary, Culture, Global, History, Humanities, Journalism, Language, Latin America, Lecture, Library, Literature, Poetry, Politics, Romance Languages And Literatures, Social, Women's Studies|
|Source:||Happening @ Michigan from Romance Languages & Literatures, Institute for Research on Women and Gender, Department for Afroamerican and African Studies, University Library, Women's Studies Department, African Studies Center, Language Resource Center, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Department of History, Communication and Media|