Category Archives: Port of Entry

Port of Entry – Episode 3 – “Music and the Black Experience”

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Episode 3: “Music and the Black Experience”

Professor Birgitta Johnson

How do you marry a love of music and Black history and culture? The first of African American Studies’ 2019-2020 Conseula Francis Emerging Scholar lecturers, Ethnomusicologist and Professor Birgitta Johnson, talks to Program Director Kameelah Martin about the importance and place of music within the Black Experience.

Port of Entry – Episode 2 – “DNA Doesn’t Lie”

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Episode 2: “DNA Doesn’t Lie”

September 13, 2019

Dr. Theodore Schurr and Doctoral Candidate Raquel Fleskes discuss their partnership with the Gullah Society and on-going research on the Anson Street Burial remains. Find out the latest information on the DNA analysis being done and how Anthropology and African American Studies synergize to make such a project even possible!