Africana Studies Program: Records, Files, and Reports, 1964- 3.1

George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives
Bowdoin College Library

Summary Information

Repository
George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives, Bowdoin College Library, Brunswick, Maine 04011
Title
Africana Studies Program: Records, Files, and Reports, 1964-
ID
3.1
Date
1964-
Extent
15.75 linear feet.
Language
English

Preferred Citation

Africana Studies Program: Records, Files, and Reports. George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives. Bowdoin College Library.


Biographical/Historical Note

The Africana Studies Program (formerly Afro-American Studies), created in 1969, is a multidisciplinary academic, co-curricular program designed to bring the scholarly approaches and disciplines to bear on an understanding of African-American life. The program runs lecture series, maintains a library and resource center, and functions as a clearinghouse for local community groups interested in African-American history. The first director of the program was Reginald Lewis.


Scope and Content

The collection contains annual reports, correspondence, files relating to events sponsored by the program, especially the John Brown Russwurm and Albert C. Boothby Lecture series, files concerning the divestment of the College's investments in South Africa, and a 1976 survey of New England College Black Studies Programs.


Administrative Information

Publication Information

 George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives, Bowdoin College Library, Brunswick, Maine 04011

3000 College Station
Brunswick, Maine, 04011
(207) 725-3288
scaref@bowdoin.edu

Access Restrictions

Some material restricted. Consult finding aid for specific information.


Collection Inventory

3.1.1: Committee Reports, 1969-   2.0 linear feet.

Series Description:

This series includes reports of the Committee on Afro-American Studies, reports of the director, and accompanying information concerning meetings. The series also includes a report of the Black Professor Emeritus Project, a proposed program sponsored jointly with Bates and Colby, in which retired African-American professors would be invited to each of the three schools on a semester or yearly basis to participate in seminars and share their life experiences. This program was never instituted.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Box Folder
1 1

CAAS: Organizational Information 1969-1971 

1 2

CAAS: Appointment of Student Members 1971-1983 

1 3

Afro-American Studies Committee 1976-1977 

1 4

CAAS: 1976-1977 

1 5

AASP: 1976-1977 Annual Report 

1 6

Report of the Director of the Afro-American Studies Program for the academic year 1976-1977 

1 7

Director's Report 1976-1977 (Exhibits) [A-B] 

1 8

Director's Report 1976-1977 (Exhibits) [C-E] 

1 9

Director's Report 1976-1977 (Exhibits) [F-H] 

1 10

Black Professor Emeritus Project [1977] 

1 11

Afro-American Studies Committee 1977-1978 

1 12

AASP: 1977-1978 Annual Report 

1 13

CAAS: 1977-1978 

1 14

Afro-American Studies Committee 1978-1979 

1 15

AASP: 1978-1979 Annual Report 

1 16

CAAS: 1979-1980 

1 17

CAAS: 1979-1980 Annual Report 

1 18

CAAS: 1979-1980 

1 19

CAAS: 1980-1981 

1 20

CAAS: 1980-1981 

1 21

CAAS: 1980-1982 

1 22

CAAS: 1980-1981 Annual Report 

1 23

1980-1981 CAAS annual report and course syllabi 

1 24

CAAS: 1981-1982 

1 25

CAAS: 1981-1982 

1 26

CAAS: 1981-1982 

1 27

CAAS: 1981-1982 Annual Report 

1 28

1981-1982 CAAS annual report and course syllabi 

1 29

CAAS: 1982-1983 

1 30

CAAS: 1982-1983 

1 31

CAAS: 1982-1983 Annual Report 

1 32

1982-1983 CAAS annual report and course syllabi 

2 1

CAAS: 1983-1984 

2 2

CAAS: 1983-1984 Annual Report 

2 3

1983-1984 CAAS annual report and course syllabi 

2 4

1984-1985 CAAS annual report and course syllabi 

2 5

1985-1986 CAAS annual report and course syllabi 

2 6

1986-1987 AAS program and course syllabi 

2 7

1987-1988 CAAS annual report and course syllabi 

2 8

1988-1989 CAAS annual report and course syllabi 

2 9

1989-1990 AAS program and course syllabi 

2 10

1990-1991 CAAS annual report and course syllabi 

2 11

1991-1992 CAAS annual report and course syllabi 


3.1.2: Daybooks, 1976-1985   1.5 linear foot.

Series Description:

Copies of outgoing correspondence from the program office.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

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1 1

September - December 1976 (1) 

1 2

September - December 1976 (2) 

1 3

January - March 1977 (1) 

1 4

January - March 1977 (2) 

1 5

April - June 1977 (1) 

1 6

April - June 1977 (2) 

1 7

July - October 1977 (1) 

1 8

July - October 1977 (2) 

1 9

November - December 1977 (1) 

1 10

November - December 1977 (2) 

1 11

January - February 1978 (1) 

1 12

January - February 1978 (2) 

1 13

March - June 1978 (1) 

1 14

March - June 1978 (2) 

1 15

July - November 1978 (1) 

1 16

July - November 1978 (2) 

1 17

December 1978 - February 1979 (1) 

1 18

December 1978 - February 1979 (2) 

2 1

March - June 1979 (1) 

2 2

March - June 1979 (2) 

2 3

July - October 1979 (1) 

2 4

July - October 1979 (2) 

2 5

August - November 1979 (1) 

2 6

August - November 1979 (2) 

2 7

September - December 1980 

2 8

December 1980 - July 1981 (1) 

2 9

December 1980 - July 1981 (2) 

2 10

July - December 1981 (1) 

2 11

July - December 1981 (2) 

2 12

January - June 1982 (1) 

2 13

January - June 1981 (2) 

2 14

July 1982 - June 1983 (1) 

2 15

July 1982 - June 1983 (2) 

2 16

July 1983 - June 1984 (1) 

2 17

July 1983 - June 1984 (2) 

2 18

July 1984 - June 1985 (1) 

2 19

July 1984 - June 1985 (2) 


3.1.3: John Brown Russwurm Distinguished Lecture Series, 1977-   0.75 linear feet.

Series Description:

Named after the first African-American graduate of Bowdoin College (class of 1826), the lecture series explores the "legacy and status of Black Americans." Notable speakers include Carl Stokes, Vernon Jordan, Shirley Chisholm, Bayard Rustin, Benjamin Hooks, and Julian Bond, among others. The files include information on local arrangements, background information on the speakers, and publicity.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Box Folder
1 1

Russwurm Lecture Series: General Info 

1 2

Russwurm (Class of 1826) - Biographical articles 

1 3

Russwurm Lectures-- Initiation of Series 

1 4

Russwurm Lectures-- Initial Publicity 

1 5

Russwurm Lecture Series: 1977 Compilation of articles and lectures 

1 6

Russwurm Lecture: Carl Stokes 1/28/77 

1 7

Russwurm Lecture: Vernon Jordan 2/24/77 

1 8

Russwurm Lecture: Vincent Harding 3/22/77 

1 9

Russwurm Lecture: James Farmer 4/14/77 

1 10

Russwurm Lecture: Alfred Rattray 10/18/77 

1 11

Russwurm Lecture: Kenneth Gibson 11/17/77 

1 12

Russwurm Lecture: John Sengstack 4/20/78 

1 13

Russwurm Lecture: Bayard Rustin 10/6/78 

1 14

Russwurm Lecture: Shirley Chisolm 11/17/78 

1 15

Russwurm Lecture: Benjamin Hooks 3/9/79 

1 16

Russwurm Lecture: Kenneth Clark 4/10/79 

1 17

Russwurm Lecture: Wade McCree 4/26/79 

2 1

Russwurm Lecture: William J. Wilson 9/27/79 

2 2

Russwurm Lecture: Frances Fox Piven 11/5/79 

Map-case Drawer
C C-12

Russwurm Lecture: Frances Fox Piven 11/5/79 - poster 

Box Folder
2 3

Russwurm Lecture: Robert Murray 4/16/80 

2 4

Russwurm Lecture: Ivan Van Serima 11/10/80 

2 5

Russwurm Lecture: Valdes (non-Bowdoin correspondence) 12/8/80 

2 6

Russwurm Lecture: Parren Mitchell 4/16/81 

2 7

Russwurm Lecture: John Gwaltney 11/5/81 

2 8

Russwurm Lecture: Julian Bond 4/13/82 

2 9

Russwurm Lecture: Eleanor Holmes-Norton 3/8/83 

2 10

Russwurm Lecture: Sweet Honey in the Rock 3/3/84 

2 11

Russwurm Lecture: Paule Marshall 11/8/84 

2 12

Russwurm Lecture, 1985 


3.1.4: Albert C. Boothby Lecture Series, 1977-   0.5 linear feet.

Series Description:

Named in honor the Maine educator and Bowdoin College graduate (class of 1929), the series was endowed by Boothby's widow and children after his death in 1977. Its purpose is to promote African-American culture and scholarship. The speakers must be African-Americans. Many speakers have been prominent educators, including Maya Angelou, Faith Mitchell, and Douglas Daniels. The material includes information on the publicity for the speakers, and arrangements, etc. to bring the speakers to campus. There are no texts of the lectures.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Box Folder
1 1

Boothby Lecture Series-- General Info 

1 2

Albert C. Boothby (Class of 1929)-biographical articles 

1 3

Boothby Lecture: Richard Blackett 10/6/77 

1 4

Boothby Lecture: Lloyd Sealy 11/3/77 

1 5

Boothby Lecture: Gerdes Fleurant 1/26/78 

1 6

Boothby Lecture: Harold Cruse 3/7/78 

1 7

Boothby Lecture: Jim Loving 4/13/78 

1 8

Boothby Lecture: William C. King 9/28/78 

1 9

Boothby Lecture: Selwyn Cudjoe 10/24/78 

1 10

Boothby Lecture: Frank Pogue 1/28/79 

1 11

Boothby Lecture: Benjamin Hacker 2/13/79 

1 12

Boothby Lecture: Aaron Greeson 10/22/79 

1 13

Boothby Lecture: T.J. Reddy 11/27/79 

1 14

Boothby Lecture: Johnnella Butleb 12/6/79 

1 15

Boothby Lecture: Reginald Jackson 3/12/80 

1 16

Boothby Lecture: Henry LaBrie 3/18/80 

1 17

Boothby Lecture: Baldave Singh 10/9/80 

1 18

Boothby Lecture: Faith Mitchell 10/20/80 

1 19

Boothby Lecture: Leahcim Semaj 10/30/80 

1 20

Boothby Lecture: Johnetta Cole 3/23/81 

1 21

Boothby Lecture: Hershelle Challenor 9/22/81 

1 22

Boothby Lecture: Mary Ruth Warner 10/20/81 

1 23

Boothby Lecture: Deborah McDowell 1/28/82 

1 24

Boothby Lecture: Anselme Remy 4/19/82 

1 25

Boothby Lecture: Manning Marable 10/14/82 

1 26

Boothby Lecture: Douglas Daniels 9/27/82 

1 27

Boothby Lecture: Cynthia Neverdon-Morton 11/1/82 

1 28

Boothby Lecture: Michael Witter 11/15/82 

1 29

Boothby Lecture: Johnetta Cole 3/24/83 

1 30

Boothby Lecture: Carol Randolph (daughter of Herman Dreer '10) 4/19/83 

1 31

Boothby Lecture: C. Valentine Carnegie 4/26/83 

1 32

Boothby Lecture: Peter Phillips 9/13/83 

1 33

Boothby Lecture: Bettye Collier-Thomas 11/10/83 

1 34

Boothby Lecture: Dennis Brutus 2/17/84 

1 35

Boothby Lecture: Sam Floyd 2/19/84 

1 36

Boothby Lecture: Dallas Brown 4/23/84 

1 37

Boothby Lecture: Maya Angelou 9/24/84 

1 38

Boothby Lecture: Sybil Patterson 10/23/84 

1 39

Boothby Lecture information, 1985-1987 


3.1.5: Guest Lectures and Special Programs, 1964-   1.25 linear feet.

Series Description:

Lectures sponsored, or co-sponsored by the Africana Studies program, but not part of an endowed series. Files include information on the Black Arts Festival, film festivals and other events.

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically.

Access Restrictions:

Restricted 20 years after date of creation.

Box Folder
1 1

Afro-American Society -- Miscellaneous lectures 

1 2

Afro-American Society:Reaganomics 3/15/82 (Johnson, Dana, Leonard, Goldstein) 

1 3

Afro-American Studies: Dr. James H. Cone 2/3/78 

1 4

AASP, History,Romance Languages: Ousmane Sembene Film Festival 

1 5

Black Arts Festival: 1978 

1 6

Black Arts Festival: February 1979 

1 7

Black Arts Festival: 1981 

1 8

Black Arts Festival Lecture: Gil Noble 2/27/81 

1 9

Black Arts Festival: 2/12/82 

1 10

Black Arts Festival: 2/6-12/83 

1 11

Black Arts Festival: 1984 

1 12

Bowdoin Colloquium:"Reagan Politics: Impact on Third World Nations" 

1 13

Clarice Davis/Herman Dreer's Daughter 

1 14-15

A Day Against Racism: In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 1/20/81 

1 16

Buchi Emecheta 10/10/84 

1 17

English Dept./Afro-Am Studies: Derek Walcott 11/20/81 

1 18

Films: 1981-1982 

1 19

Alex Haley: 10/5/84 

1 20

History, SCAR, AASP, Struggle and Change: Michelle Mugo 10/28/82 

1 21

In Celebration of Black Culture: Maine and Beyond: USM Fall 1983 

1 22

Martin Luther King, Jr. May 1964 

1 23

Loretta Long 10/14/84 

1 24

McCartney Lecture Series #1: John McCartney 10/7/76 

1 25

McCartney Lecture Series #2: Gerald Talbot 11/9/76 

1 26

McCartney Lecture Series #3: William Boyd 12/2/76 

1 27

McCartney Lecture Series #4: Richard Barksdale 1/20/77 

1 28

McCartney Lecture Series #5: Orde Coombs 2/3/77 

1 29

McCartney Lecture Series #6: Patricia Jacobs 3/3/77 

2 1

National Newspaper Paper Publishers Assn. "Black Press of America" Workshop, Washington D.C. 3/16-3/19/77 

2 2

Lea A. Rieber '21 

2 3

Russwurm Funding Alumnae Giving 1980-1985 

2 4

Say Amen, Somebody 2/24/84 

2 5

Tallman Lecturer Search 1978-1979 

2 6

Tallman Lecturer 1978-1979: John Walter/Government Department selection 

2 7

Tallman Lecturer - Spring 1981 : Harold W. Cruise 

AV Box
MVHS 1

Bowdoin Graduation - 5/26/90 

MVHS 1

The Copasetics 

MVHS 1

David Driscoll 

MVHS 1

Interviews : 5/23/90 

MVHS 1

Lorie Ourlicht/Eleanor Burnette/Augustus Adair/Ed Bradley 

MVHS 1

Billy Taylor/Copasetics/Henry Cisneros 

MVHS 1

Billy Taylor Trio 

M3/4" 1

Augustus Adair - HR1 

M3/4" 1

Henry Cisneros - HR2 

M3/4" 1

Anton Kucer - Interview - HR4 5/23/90 

M3/4" 1

Lorie Ourlicht - HR1 

M3/4" 1

Workshop Dance (Copasetics) 10/14/88 


3.1.6: John Walter Re-appointment, 1978-1979   0.5 linear feet.

Series Description:

Departmental files concerning the non-re-appointment of John Walter, director of the Afro-American Studies Department.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Access Restrictions:

Closed for 75 years from date of creation.

Box Folder
1 1

John Walter Re-appointment 

1 2

Student Support 

1 3

Spring 1978 

1 4

Fall 1978 

1 5

Spring 1979 

1 6

Fall 1979 

1 7

Mellon Grant and Others 

1 8

Publicity, etc. 


3.1.7: Subject Files, 1976- , n.d.   1.25 linear feet.

Series Description:

Departmental subject files concerning special subjects, including South Africa divestment, recruitment of students in Jamaica, and the creation of the John Brown Russwurm Afro-American Center Library. This series also includes news clippings of events concerning the African-American community at Bowdoin and the 1976 Survey of New England Colleges and Universities for Black Students.

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically by key word.

Access Restrictions:

Closed for 20 years after date of creation.

Box Folder
1 1

AASP Description Revision for Bowdoin Catalogue 2/27/81 

1 2

Admissions and Student Aid Committee 

1 3

Africa Network 

1 4

Black Studies 

1 5

Lynn Bolles 

1 6

James Bowdoin Institute: Bowdoin General 

1 7

CAAS, Afro-American Studies, Struggle and Change: "South Africa Awareness Week" 11/4-11/11/85 

1 8

Bowdoin Alumnus: Alumni Magazine, Charles Calhoun 

1 9

Chairmanship Of The Afro-American Studies Committee 

1 10

Collegiate Divestment 

1 11

Conference Fall 1982 (Patrick Smith Bowdoin College) 

1 12

Conferences 

1 13

Dedication RAAC Library: Herman Dreer Reading Room 2/11/82 

1 14

Afro-American Studies and Afro-American Society events: 1970-1971 clippings 

1 15

Afro-American Program and Afro-American Society events: 1972 clippings 

1 16

Afro-American Program and Afro-American Society events: 1973 clippings 

1 17

Afro-American Program and Afro-American Society events: 1974 clippings 

1 18

Afro-American Society and Afro-American Program events: 1975 clippings 

1 19

1976 Events 

1 20

Freedom Struggle 

1 21

Handouts 

1 22

Jamaica: Dr. Inez Carnegie 

1 23

Jamaica: Embassy Reception Bowdoin Alumni (John Walter) 

1 24

Jamaica: Information Agency 

1 25

Jamaica: Manley 

1 26

Jamaica: Professor Exchange 

1 27

Connecting the Struggles: Liberation in Africa 

Ovsz-Box Folder
5 3

Posters 

Box Folder
2 1

RAAC Library 

2 2

Russworm Library Project 

2 3

Self Study of the Afro American Studies Program 

2 4

Political Economy of South Africa 

2 5

South Africa Investment 

2 6

Black Alumni Statistics (Wanda Fleming - August 1982) The Black Experience at Bowdoin College 1826-1982 

2 7

1976 Survey of New England Colleges and Universities For Black Studies Programs (1) 

2 8

1976 Survey of New England Colleges and Universities for Black Studies Programs (2) 

2 9

1976 Survey of New England Colleges and Universities for Black Studies Programs (3) 

2 10

Afro-American Studies Program: Twelve College Exchange 

2 11

Video 

2 12

Video: Bishop Desmond Tutu 3/7/85 

2 13

John C. Walter - Old Syllabi 

2 14

Certificate: Race Unity Day 12 June 1983 

2 15

Provenance, background, and transparencies: Michael Waterman's portrait of Martin Luther King, Jr., 2000 

2 16

30th Anniversary Celebration of the John Brown Russwurm African American Center, 2000 Apr 14-16 

2 17

Symposium on Race, Justice, and the Environment 22-23 February 2002 


3.1.8: Clippings, 1970-1993, n.d.   0.25 linear feet.

Series Description:

Clippings from the Bowdoin Orient concerning issues impacting the African-American community at Bowdoin.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Box
1

1970-1993, n.d. 


3.1.9: Posters, 1981- , n.d.   7.75 linear feet.

Series Description:

Posters created to accompany Africana Studies events.

Arrangement:

Unarranged

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Box Folder
1 1

Dr. Mary Frances Berry. 19 Feb 1987 

1 1

"El-Hajj Malik El Shabazz: A Tribute to Malcolm X" speaker: Gil Noble. 27 Feb 1981 

1 1

"A Black Woman Writer Thinks Back Through Her Mothers" speaker: Paule Marshall. 8 Nov 1984 

1 1

"Economic Recession, Women's Employment, and Affirmative Action" speaker: Eleanor Holmes Norton. 8 Feb 1983 

1 1

Derek Walcott poetry reading. 20 Nov 1981 

1 1

"Up From Malinowski: Native Anthropology & the New Pluralism" speaker: John Gwaltney. 5 Nov 1981 

1 1

"Larry Ridley Trio." 11 Oct 1985 

1 1

Maya Angelou. 21 Sep 1984 

1 1

"Political Outlook for the 1980s" Julian Bond. 13 Apr 1982 

1 1

Sonia Sanchez poetry reading. 10 Apr 1984 

1 1

"Which Way America: Socialism of Fascism?" speaker: Amiri Baraka. 27 Apr 1988 

1 1

Benjamin Hook. 1985 

1 1

"Elizabeth Catlett: Her Life & Her Work" speaker: Dr. Samella Lewis. 8 Apr 1985 

1 1

"African Extensions: A Photographic Search for African Survivals in the Americas." Reginald L. Jackson. 7-22 Mar 1981 

1 1

"Forum: South America" speaker: Randall Robinson. 11 Feb 1986 

1 1

"The African Basis of Cuban Culture" speaker: Rafael Lopez Valdes. 8 Dec 1980 

1 1

"Rebuilding Cities: The Role of Black Political Involvement" speaker: Parren J. Mitchell. 16 Apr 1981 

1 1

"A Day Against Racism: in Honor of Martin Luther King, Jr." 20 Jan 1981 

1 1

"South Africa: Voices of Resistance to Apartheid." speaker: Dennis Brutus. 17-18 Feb 1984 

1 1

"20th Anniversary Symposia." 1988-1989 

Ovsz-Box Object
A 1

"Billy Taylor Trio." 28 April 1989 [framed] 

A 2

"Blacklight" [performance]. 28-30 Apr 1990[?]. [framed] 

A 3

"Ed Bradley: Past Present, and Future" signed by Bradley. 20 Oct 1988 [framed] 

A 4

"Edwidge Danticat reading from her works." 29 Nov 1995 [framed] 

A 5

"Everybody Knows the Real Thing, but Magic Brings Us Home: Notes for a Multicultural Age" signed by speaker Dr. Houston A. Baker, Jr. 10 Feb 1994 [framed] 

B 1

"An Exploration of the Work of Eleanor Burnette." 12 Apr 1989 [framed] 

B 2

"From Brownsville to Broadway" signed by speaker Nelson George. 14 Mar 1995 [framed] 

B 3

"Gloria Naylor Speaks" signed by speaker. 8 Feb 1991 [framed] 

B 4

"Hispanics in the Future of the United States" speaker: The Honorable Henry Cisneros. 28 Feb 1989 [framed] 

C 1

"History as Fiction, Fiction as History, a Reading with Commentary" signed by speaker Michelle Cliff. 23 Oct 1995 [framed] 

C 2

"Life After MoTown: Lecture and Poetry Reading" signed by speaker Patricia Smith. 7 Apr 1994 [framed] 

C 3

"Making Room for Ourselves" signed by speaker Lorene Cary. 29 Jan 1992 [framed] 

C 4

Ntozake Shange lecture signed by speaker. 13 Apr 1991 [framed] 

D 1

"Race Matters" speaker: Cornel West. 15 Apr 1993 [framed] 

D 2

"Remembering Anna Julia Cooper: A Century of Black Feminist Thought" signed by speaker Beverly Guy-Sheftall. 18 Sep 1995 [framed] 

D 3

"Toni Morrison reading from her works." 21 Sep 1987 [framed] 

D 4

"Women, Culture, and Politics" speaker: Angela Davis. 24 Feb 1990 [framed] 

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"The African Presence in Ancient America" speaker: Ivan Van Sertima. 10 Nov 1980 

6

"A Day Against Racism in Honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr." 20 Jan 1981 

6

Essex Hemphill. 16 April n.y. 

6

"I Love Myself When I Am Singing:African-American Women and their Music." 17-19 Nov 1989 

6

"Hispanics in the Future of the United States: speaker: The Honorable Henry Cisneros. 28 Feb 1989 

6

"Ed Bradley: Past Present, and Future." 20 Oct 1988 

6

"An Exploration of the Work of Eleanor Burnette." 12 Apr 1989 

6

Poster with Russwurm's image, signature, and quotation from the 1827 Mar 16 "Freedom's Journal," for the celebration of the 30th anniversary of the John Brown Russwurm African-American Center, 2000 spring 

6

Establishing the Past: Problems in Nineteenth-Century African American Literary Studies (a one-day symposium, 2010 Apr 9) 

6

Miscellaneous posters