Los Angeles, CA | Book Talk and Signing
Representing California State University, Dominguez Hills and the History Department at L.A. as Subject, featuring over 80 different historical collections and archives across Southern California.
USC’s Doheny Memorial Library
How can we archive capitalism? How do we write it’s history? Speaking on capitalist imperialism and the search for “archival moments” at the 2016 NWSA in Montréal, Québec
Thank you to Professor Hart, President Emeritus Reid, and the Wayne State University students in Detroit for the warm welcome. Follow these fantastic people as they travel to Ghana for this year’s election and listen to our discussion here.
Organized in collaboration with students in my Expressive Cultures in African History course. We welcome Professor Chikowero and Thomas Mapfumo “The Lion of Zimbabwe” & The Blacks Unlimited this month!
My pedagogy has always been student-centered, participatory, and interactive. While I am excited about the possibilities of digital technology to enhance historical research and reach broader publics, I am also interested in the potential of digital media as a way to engage students. Currently, I teach at a private liberal arts university focused on undergraduate study. While I have long used in-class activities, group projects, and on-line discussion boards, last semester was the first time I considered social media as a method of classroom instruction and historical training…