Dr. Simone C. Drake, chair of Ohio State's Department of African American and African Studies, recently led a gallery talk exploring the work in Mickalene Thomas: I Can’t See You Without Me through various lenses including the look and sound of funk music. Dr.
Eric Herschthal, AAAS's new Postdoctoral Fellow in Race & Medicine, recently reviewed Joanne Freeman's The Field of Blood in The New Republic.
African American and African Studies (AAAS) major, Diontre Davis has recently been feautured in the Office of Diverity and Inclusion's, "Scholar Spotlight",
Congratulations Sarah Wilkes and Chris Newman, the 1st and 2nd place winners of our “Roots before Branches” contest! Sarah and Chris received $100 and $50 gift cards, respectively, for their successful entries.
November 9, 1989 saw not only the opening of The Berlin Wall but also the first one-person, one-vote election in Namibia. Within a year, young Namibians were returning to their unknown homeland, having spent their childhood from age 5 to 16 in the German Democratic Republic (GDR), where the