Black Panther: Shaping Dynamic Futures

MacMillan Hall, Room 117 (Starr Auditorium), 167 Thayer St, Providence RI 02912

An interdisciplinary panel of Brown University faculty will discuss the cultural resonance of the film Black Panther in terms of art, science, technology, social justice, and current affairs.

Speakers
  • Stephon Alexander, Professor of Physics
  • Jim Gates, Ford Foundation Professor of Physics
  • Melvin Rogers, Associate Professor of Political Science
  • Matt Guterl, Professor of Africana Studies and American Studies, Chair of American Studies
  • Kara Keeling, Visiting Associate Professor of Modern Culture and Media
  • Itohan Osayimwese, Assistant Professor of History of Art and Architecture
  • Moderator: St├ęphanie Larrieux, Associate Director, CSREA (Ph.D. American Studies)

Free and open to the public.

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