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AFRICANA STUDIES NEWS

McCorkle Explores Justice through Poetry

McCorkle JamesVisiting Assistant Professor of Africana Studies James McCorkle ’76 explores historical and modern systems of oppression in new poetry published in the New England Review and The American Poetry Review…
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Faculty Engagement Leads to Student Success

mjIt’s a fact well known to many current and former HWS students: the bonds they develop with their professors frequently last long after the grades have been assigned. Just ask…
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Insight and Awards at Model AU Conference

Model African UnionThis spring, the HWS Model African Union club returned to Washington, D.C. to participate in the 2017 National Model African Union Conference at Howard University. In collaboration with the African…
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A Dissection of a Misunderstood Practice

Visiting Professor Elana Jefferson-Tatum of Africana Studies gives her fireside chat titled “Between Two Worlds:  Navigating Vodun as a  Scholar-Practitioner”Visiting Assistant Professor of Africana Studies Elana Jefferson-Tatum held a fireside chat at the Office of Intercultural Affairs as part of HWS’s Black History Month series of events on Feb.…
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Mañon ’14 Joins Peace Corps

Eliss Mañon ’14 has recently begun her service as a youth development volunteer with the Peace Corps in Peru. She embarked this summer on a two-year commitment to the preeminent…
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