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College of Languages, Literature, and Social Sciences (LLSC)
University Hall 2370
Africana Studies-Brown Bag Lecture Series
The lecture series is a forum for UT professors and grad students and external guests
researching and engaging all aspects of transforming black experiences to discuss
their works. The brown-bag forum increases, elevates, and focuses the intellectual
dialogue on campus regarding all aspects of the Africana world. Talks are scheduled
the first and third week of each month between September and November and between
February and April.
In the future, many Africana Studies Brown Bag Lectures will be recorded and made available by WGTE, a Public Broadcasting Station. You can view our first PBS recorded talk, which was presented by Rubin Patterson and is titled: "Game Changer: Shifting Demographics, Wielding Power and the Environment."