"Of Futurity, Then, and Now: A Re-Reading of Toni Morrison's Tar Baby"

Department: African American Studies

Date and Time: March 3, 2017 | 4:30 PM-6:30 PM

Event Location: The Humanities Commons Conference Room Humanities Gateway, Room 1341, UC Irvine

Event Details


The University of California
Consortium for Black Studies in California
A Multi-Campus Research Program and Initiative

The UC Irvine Campus

The Workshop on
Blackness and the Asian Century
(BASIC)

announces
a lecture and discussion with

Azusa Nishimoto

Professor, Department of English, Aoyama Gakuin University (Tokyo, Japan)
Visiting Fellow, Department of African American Studies, Yale University
Vice President and Editor in Chief, Japan Black Studies Association

speaking on

“Of Futurity, Then, and Now:
A Re-Reading of Toni Morrison’s Tar Baby”

Friday, March 3rd
4:30PM—6:30PM
The Humanities Commons Conference Room
Humanities Gateway, Room 1341, UC Irvine

The Workshop on Blackness and the Asian Century (BASIC) is a program of the UC Consortium for Black Studies in California at UC Irvine

Co-sponsored by the Departments of East Asian Languages and Literatures, English, African American Studies, and the Humanities Commons of the Office of the Dean, School of Humanities – at UC Irvine

Light Refreshments will be available at the event.
For more on the Consortium Workshops at UCI contact: blackthought@uci.edu.
For access, contact Angelica Enriquez, enriquea@uci.edu, the Humanities Commons.
http://www.humanities.uci.edu/commons/