Honored to speak on Market Encounters to faculty and graduate students at my alma mater.
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.
My new research and teaching project “Trans-Saharan History: Centering Connectivity in African Studies” wins the 2016 Graves. The Graves Award is sponsored by Pomona College, with oversight from the American Council of Learned Society (ACLS). Its intent is to encourage and reward outstanding research and teaching in the humanities.