A 2011 Recap of Public Events

[By Kenton Rambsy]

The year 2011 served as evidence that Black Studies is alive and well at the University of Kansas. There were a host of events on campus that emphasized the significance of integrating the study of black artistic culture with more traditional scholarship in the academy.

For the remainder of the week, the HBW will offer a video recap of events that the program either sponsored or co-sponsored to provide a glimpse of the innovative approaches professors and students are using at KU to engage the study of black culture.

January 18—
Black Literary Suite
Ballers of the New School—Professor Thabiti Lewis

January 19—
The KU Organizer—Professor Tony Bolden
Make It Funky III—Professor Adam Bradley
The Black Arts Enterprise—Professor Howard Rambsy II