Performing Black Womanhood

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Performing Black Womanhood

Saturday March 2nd, 10am

Hispanic Reading Room (LJ-240), Thomas Jefferson Building, 10 First St., S.E., Washington, D.C.

‘Performing Black Womanhood’ celebrates the intellectual and artistic lives of women across the African diaspora.

The event includes a pop-up exhibit of materials from the Special and General collections curated by Hispanic Division staff and Arts and Humanities Research Council Fellow, Adjoa Osei, as well as a Research Orientation focusing on women in the arts from Latin America, the Caribbean, and the Iberian Peninsula.  The morning concludes with a Symposium featuring a panel of speakers who will deliver presentations that will explore and celebrate women of color in the arts.

Pop-up exhibit: 10am – 2pm

Research orientation: 10:30am – 11:15 am

Symposium: 11:30am-1pm

Adjoa Osei, University of Liverpool

Lá vem a baiana – Performing an Afro-Brazilian Archetype’

Dr. Camara Dia Holloway, independent scholar:

‘Dark Beauty, Bright Ambition: Navigating Black Stardom in Jazz Age NY/LON’

Sala Elise Patterson, independent scholar

‘Finding Ady: Recovering the Story of a Black Surrealist Muse’

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Writing for the Web: Digital Humanities Class – I did my class live today on my podcast channel!

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Snow days get me in a cooking mood

Sunday snow day menu:
Fresh Collards
Fresh Black Eyed Peas
Homemade Cornbread (fuck jiffy mix!)
Baked Chicken w/Onion Soup Sprinkles
Jasmine Rice
Homemade Lemonade

I had plenty of onions and peppers plus fatback for the greens and peas. I’m going straight up soul food today. Then I’m getting busy with my course stuff.

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