Professor Cornel West returns to Harvard University, and will teach two courses starting in Spring 2017.
As reported in the New York Times:
[Professor West] is to hold a joint appointment at the Harvard Divinity School and the department of African and African-American studies as a professor of the practice of public philosophy, a title reserved for those who have made outstanding contributions in their professional fields.Read more about Cornel West Returns
Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., in today’s New York Times, marked the official opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC. The essay frames beautifully the stakes and hopes for this important day in our history.
Professor John Mugane and the African Language Program which he has built and led so ably for more than a decade are featured in a new piece in the Harvard Gazette. It is a terrifically well done article, capturing the innovativeness, breadth, excitement and agenda-setting quality of our African Language Program:
AAAS Professors Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham, Elizabeth Hinton, Walter Johnson, and Brandon Terry headlined a discussion on #blacklivesmatter on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2015, convened by professor Kirsten Weld and brought to you by the Harvard University Department of History and History Design Studio.