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Wednesday, January 6, 2021 will live in infamy as a day when democracy in the United States sustained a direct assault from domestic terrorists. The violent insurrection so many of us witnessed through media coverage of the event was directly incited by the President and by certain Senators and Representatives to overturn the Constitutional processes in place for a peaceful transition of power to a new presidential administration. On Friday, the Organization of American Historians signed on to a statement by the American Historical Association condemning the actions of those who stormed the United States Capitol which, as we know now, included the intention to kidnap or kill Vice President Pence, Speaker of the House Pelosi, and other elected legislators and their staff. The insurrection and assault on the Capitol did take the lives of five individuals, including a Capitol policeman defending the building and those inside. Those who were involved in and who incited the insurrection must be held to account for their actions and prosecuted.
How have Black artists, writers and intellectuals from Africa, the Americas and Europe accounted for experiences of travel and migration? Exploring a range of narrative projects while reflecting on the conditions of their productions, this course will explore the ways in which Black modern subjectivities have been –and continue to be—shaped transnationally by the exchange of bodies, commodities, cultures and ideas across oceans in the triangular geography famously theorized as The Black Atlantic. Read more
Monday/Wednesday | 2:00-3:50 PM | ONLINE
Professor Lydie Moudileno
Department of American Studies & Ethnicity
Located in Kaprielian Hall on the University Park campus, ASE faculty, graduate students, and staff are available to assist you with information and resources about our academic programs and research specialties.
University of Southern California
3620 South Vermont Avenue
Kaprielian Hall 462
Los Angeles, California 90089-2534