AAST would like to share some exciting news from some of our almuni!
Adeyemi (Yemi) Oduwole ’19, finished his MPH program early and will graduate from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai this summer, and he will be entering a post-baccalaureate program at Temple University in the fall so he can apply for medical school!
Kamau Pope ’16, after successfully defending his masters thesis titled “Shaping a Queer South: The Evolution of Activism from 1960–2000,” graduated with a MA in History at the University of South Carolina this spring, and he will be pursuing a PhD in History at Duke University in the fall!
Our very own Director Kameelah Martin was featured on the CofC’s Blog!
Click the link to read the post “CSSC Faculty Studying Slavery: Kameelah Martin.” It is one of a series that documents work studying slavery by faculty members of the CSSC.
Did you miss the LCWA Signature Series: History of Violence Toward the Black Church: From16th Street Baptist to Mother Emanuel on October 29, 2020? Don’t worry, you can watch it here!
Dr. Anthony Greene, Associate Professor in African American Studies presented with an interview following by Rev. Kylon Middleton.
Join AAST for these two exciting virtual events!
Mark your calendars for OCTOBER 29th!
Join AAST as our very own Dr. Anthony Greene presents History of Violence Toward the Black Church: From 16th Street Baptist to Mother Emanuel.
Click Link to join event: https://bit.ly/2TaRVKP
And join us on November 10th as we welcome Dr. Jason Shelton as he presents Distinctive Divide: African American Religious Diversity.
Click link to join event: https://bit.ly/3o4cwim