When answering a question about how to handle the pressure of solving societal issues that will not be resolved in an activist’s lifetime, Dr. Ntaiya answered with a quote that sums up her impact on the world, “I have started something that will not stop.”
Brian P. Jones' book, “The Tuskegee Student Uprising: A History,” was the focus of his talk as George Mason University’s 2023 W.E.B. Du Bois Lecture Series guest speaker hosted by the African and African American Studies Program.
The Center for Humanities Research is now accepting applications for Summer 2023 faculty research grants. Grants of up to $3,000 are available to support humanities-related research. Applications due April 3.
Happy Black History Month! African and African American Studies has a full list of events and activities to celebrate and honor the contributions of our Black ancestors, artists, scholars, leaders, innovators, and community members.
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is proud to honor Allen Johnson, BA English '99, with the 2022 Distinguished Alumni Award in African and African American Studies.
Johnson has been a dynamic and proven expert in the Washington D.C., Maryland, and Virginia Real Estate community for more than 20 years.
Mason's Center for Humanities Research has issued a call for papers for its interdisciplinary symposium, "Connecting/Not Connecting," seeking proposals from faculty and advanced PhD candidates. The symposium takes place April 27-28; proposals are due November 30.
The Center for Humanities Research's 2023-24 theme calls for literary, cultural, historical, philosophical, artistic, linguistic, anthropological, religious, and archival engagements with the question of disposability. Learn more and apply to be a fellow. Applications due at noon on November 21.