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Black Studies Summer Seminar

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Sarah Shujah, Liaison Librarian and Entrepreneurship Librarian and SPARC Open Education Leadership Fellow, University of Toronto Scarborough

Sylvia Andrychuk, Interim Head Humanities & Social Sciences Librarian, Liaison Librarian for Black Studies, Queen's University

Black Studies Summer Seminar 2021

Black Studies Summer Seminar

Members of the Montreal riot squad prepare to frisk and question several of the 100 students involved in the occupation of the cafeteria and computer centre at Sir George Williams University, in Montreal, in a Feb. 11, 1969, file photo. (The Globe & Mail, 2019)

Members of the Montreal riot squad prepare to frisk and question several of the 100 students involved in the occupation of the cafeteria and computer centre at Sir George Williams University, in Montreal, in a Feb. 11, 1969, file photo. (The Globe & Mail, 2019)

Explore art and scholarship in the Black Studies Seminar Series during the week of June 14th, 2021.

The collaboration between artists, academics, creatives and scholars discusses “a range of experiences and discussions that centre Black Canada in conversation with the African diaspora (from website).”

In this guide, you will find books, articles, podcasts, and films that supplement this year’s themes:

  • Afrosonic Life
  • Archives/Black Archives
  • Black Digital Humanities
  • Rethinking Aesthetics