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Jeffries Authors ‘Black Religion and Black Power: The Nation of Islam’s Internationalism’

Dr. Bayyinah Jeffries

Dr. Bayyinah S. Jeffries authored an article on “Black Religion and Black Power: The Nation of Islam’s Internationalism” in Genealogy. Jeffries is Associate Professor of African American Studies at Ohio University. Abstract: The Nation of Islam’s influence has extended beyond the United States. This Black American Muslim movement has used […]

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August 5, 2019 at 11:36 amResearch

Holcomb Authors New Book: ‘Teaching Hemingway and Race’

Dr. Gary Holcomb

Dr. Gary Edward Holcomb, Professor of African American Studies, authored a book being released on Sept. 11 titled Teaching Hemingway and Race. “Teaching Hemingway and Race provides a practicable means for teaching the subject of race in Hemingway’s writing and related texts—from how to approach ethnic, nonwhite international, and tribal characters […]

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August 30, 2018 at 12:38 pmNews Research

Muhammad Presents at Conference Black Radicalism in the United States

Dr. Robin D. Muhammad

Dr. Robin Muhammad joined more than 80 activists, scholars, and artists in New York City for a two-day conference on Black Radicalism in the United States. Muhammad is Associate Professor and Chair of African American Studies at Ohio University. The conference brought together scholars and activists dealing with the history […]

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May 2, 2018 at 2:59 pmResearch

Holcomb Edits Collection on ‘Teaching Hemingway and Race’

Dr. Gary Holcomb

Dr. Gary Holcomb, Professor of African American Literature, edited pedagogical collection on Teaching Hemingway and Race. (Kent: Kent State University Press, 2018). Appearing in the Kent State University Press “Teaching Hemingway” series, the collection suggests ways for high school and college instructors to teach Hemingway’s writings apropos issues of racial, […]

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January 15, 2018 at 4:01 pmResearch

Moak Challenges ‘School-Prison Pipeline’ Narrative

Dr. Daniel Moak

by Aissatou Boye, ’20 As part of the Wealth and Poverty theme’s Urban Challenges week, Dr. Daniel Moak challenged the school-to-prison narrative in a talk Nov. 2 on “Class Absence: School-Prison Pipeline.” Watch Moak’s talk on A&S TV. Moak, Assistant Professor of African American Studies and a faculty affiliate of […]

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December 10, 2017 at 2:39 pmResearch

Holcomb Gets NEH Grant for Institute on African American Fiction Author

Dr. Gary Edward Holcomb

By Chris Caldwell Dr. Gary Holcomb, Professor of African American Studies, working in concert with faculty from around the nation, has secured a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant totaling nearly $200,000. The grant was issued on July 28, 2015. In total the NEH issued $36.6 million dollars to […]

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August 23, 2015 at 5:37 pmNews

Muhammad Works on ‘In the Same Boat’ Project in Lisbon

Dr. Robin Muhammad at Lisnave Shipyard

Dr. Robin Muhammad, Associate Professor and Chair of African American Studies at Ohio University, is a member of In the Same Boat? Shipbuilding and ship repair workers: a global labour history (1950-2010). The project involves the study of shipbuilding labor around the world from World War II until the present […]

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November 17, 2014 at 2:25 pmResearch