Remembering and Honoring John Lewis, Champion of Voting Rights
Statement on Recent Incidents of Anti-Black Terror and Police Brutality in the USA
Richardson explores Rosa Parks’ life in new animated video
GUEST ROOM | Kneeling In Prayer and Protest
GUEST ROOM | Is it Time for a Truth and Reconciliation Commission in the United States?
Class creates app highlighting Underground Railroad sites
Africana Center Founding Director Prof. James Turner to be Honored at 50th Willard Straight Hall Occupation Anniversary Symposium
Faculty critique documentary 'I Am Not Your Negro'
NewsCOVID-19 & Reactivation Planning
Remembering KAR Robison, student, activist and artist
Gerard Aching is a professor in the Africana Studies & Research Center and a professor of romance studies in the College of Arts and Sciences. He’s also a faculty fellow at the Cornell Atkinson Center for Sustainability and co-principal investigator of the Rural Humanities Initiative. Here, he reflects on the contributions of undergraduate student KAR Robison, who passed away in late December, 2020.
Pick a Destination
Using the Concepts of Hermeneutical Injustice and Ideology to Explain the Stability of Ancient Egypt during the Middle Kingdom
Published in the Journal of Historical Sociology
Gender, Protests and Political Change in Africa
Includes a chapter by Radwa Saad
Published by Palgrave Macmillan, Cham