Caribbean Studies Reading Group: Dr. Judith Madera (Wake Forest) and Dr. Danielle Purifoy (UNC Chapel Hill)
The Caribbean Studies Reading Group
Please join the Caribbean Studies Reading Group (CSRG) in the sixth meeting of the Graduate Foundations in Black Geographies Series with guest scholars, Dr. Judith Madera (Wake Forest) and Dr. Danielle Purifoy (UNC Chapel Hill), both of whom are contributors to The Black Geographic.
Dr. Judith Madera specializes in African American and Caribbean literatures from the eighteenth century to present. At Wake Forest she teaches classes on the topics of race, critical place studies, and Pan-American intellectual history. She regularly offers seminars in contemporary environmental movements.
Dr. Danielle Purifoy is an assistant professor in the Department of Geography at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC), and a Faculty Project Lead at the UNC Environmental Justice Action Research Clinic.
Meeting 6 - New Directions in Black Geographies (Dec 1 at 10am PST):
C. Hawthorne/J.S. Lewis (editors), The Black Geographic
Read the introduction for meeting #6.