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African American Studies Student Placed in Undergraduate Research Exhibition

On Saturday, October 1, 2016, The Africana Research Center hosted an Undergraduate Research Exhibition in recognition of undergraduate students who have conducted outstanding research on issues affecting the African Diaspora.

 

Daily Collegian articles regarding the event:

 

FIRST PLACE:

Elizabeth Catchmark
Departments of English, Philosophy, African American Studies, and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
College of the Liberal Arts
Nominated by Megan Fung, Ph.D.
"Kindred Spirits:  Reading Interracial Love Relationships Through Embodied White Supremacy"

 

SECOND PLACE:

Cherish Harper
African Studies Program
College of the Liberal Arts
Nominated by Clemente Abrokwaa, Ph.D.
"Institutional Racism"

 

THIRD PLACE (TIE):

Janelle Kelly
Department of Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies
College of the Liberal Arts
Nominated by Jill Wood, Ph.D.
"Being Black and Male in America:  Racialized Violence Against Black Males in U.S. Society"

 

Seamus Wagner
African Studies Program and Department of Political Science
College of the Liberal Arts
Nominated by Clemente Abrokwaa, Ph.D.
"The Arab Slave Trade in East Africa and its Impact on the Coastal Peoples of East Africa"
 

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