Free Black Space, the Pan African Quest for Code, and Black Literary Activism

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Date: November 13, 2019
Time: 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Location: Manoogian Building #0091
906 W. Warren Ave.
Detroit, MI 48202
Category: Lecture

African American bookselling exists in a literary space just outside of academia where Pan-Africanism, the quest to study black history and promote literacy within the African-American community, converge.  This talk will discuss the history of Karibu Books, the importance of black bookstores, and the dynamics of African-American literature within "the market economy of blackness."


Come hear this lecture by Professor Hoke S. Glover III of Bowie State University's Department of English and Modern Languages.

Contact

Douglass Davis
313-577-2187
ap3621@wayne.edu

Cost

Free

Audience

Academic staff, Alumni, Community, Current students, Faculty, Parents, Prospective students, Staff