Digital History at Ursinus

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NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN AFRICANA Nov 2012 POSTER 1 MNK.pdf
“New Developments in Africana Studies” was the first event presented by the AAAS Program in collaboration with the Modern Languages Department. The flyer you see here was a preliminary flyer created by Dr. Keita’s son and was later renamed “Trends in…

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From the 2004 Ruby yearbook, Cafe Nia was an event held to celebrate and remember ancestors and black history. Cafe Nia is an event where primarily students of color at Ursinus College come together for a meal and host speakers and performances.…

Badd Kitti Flyer.jpeg
Dianne Brieze Thompson also known as Badd Kitti was the final speaker in the Riding the Wave, Creating the Vibe series on November 11, 2019 in the Bear’s Den. Thompson’s, known for her soulful, conscious vibe, is a pioneer of Philadelphia’s emerging…

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In collaboration with the History and Music department, the AAAS program helped create the Riding the Wave, Creating the Vibe Series. This three-event series is connected to MUS/HIST-203 The Expense of Musical Appropriation and the Dividends of…

Bridging the Gap.pdf
This Ursinus Grizzly newspaper article from September 23, 1988 coincides with the release of the first official Ursinus College Bridge Program report describing and assessing the Bridge Program. The article goes on to explain what the program is and…

Lori Tharps Flyer.jpg
Lori Tharps was a guest Speaker for the Rev. Charles Rice Speaker Series. Her lecture “Writing Identity in Multiple Worlds” was hosted in The Bears Den on October 25, 2017. During the talk, journalist, novelist, and memoir writer, Lori Tharps spoke…

Nicole Ivy Flyer.jpg
In 2017, The African American and Africana Studies guest Lecture Series was renamed the Rev. Charles Rice Speaker Series. Dr. Nicole Ivy’s lecture, “Circuits of Blood and Stone: On Enslaved Test Subjects and the History of Gynecology” was the first…

What is Africa to Me Flyer.JPG
On April 22, 2013, Ursinus students, faculty and friends came together to discuss one question: “what is Africa to me?”. Light refreshments were served as the dialogue invited those in attendance to join featured guest Will Godfrey ’13, Liora Mor…

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“Ida B. Wells: A Passion for Justice” was a film screening one presented by the African American Africana Studies on March 13, 2012 in Pfahler Auditorium. This was a transitional time for the program as the most recent coordinator of the program, Dr.…

Dr. Edward Onaci.jpg
A picture of Dr. Edward Onaci (History professor and AAAS professor).
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