Blackness, Social Justice and Globalization

Date:  February 4, 2014

Time:  11 am - 12 pm

Summary:  Darien J. Davis, professor of history and Latin American studies at Middlebury College, will conduct a lecture on Blackness, Social Justice and Globalization, on Tuesday February 4, at 11 a.m. In room 136 of the R.J. Reynolds Hall.


Darien J. Davis

The lecture, which is free and open to the public, is presented by the Office of International Programs, the Department of World Languages and Cultures and Diggs Gallery.

Davis is interested in minority political and cultural exchanges, particularly Brazilian, Latin American, African and Jewish Diasporas globally. Davis has a Ph.D. in history and Latin American studies from Tulane University, a M.A. in Spanish and Latin American studies from Notre Dame University, and a bachelor’s degree from St. John’s University. Before joining Middlebury College, where he has served as the director of the Center for Latin American Studies, Davis was a visiting scholar at New York University and Columbia University.

Categories:  Faculty and Staff, Student, Lectures and Readings

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