Here are some photos from the Global Africa, Migration, Literature and the Arts Symposium.
Please visit the AMESALL website for a full recap of this event.
Panelists for the Global Africa, Women's Bio-Graphics, and the Practice of Diaspora
Moderator (end left): Chioma Nwankwo
Panelists (L to R): Alexandria Smith, Marame Gueye & Gabriel Bamgbose
3/27/19: Pre-symposium dinner at Sahara's
Left to right:
Gabriel Bamgbose (Program in Comparative Literature, Rutgers University)
Tosin Gbogi (The Interdisciplinary Program in Liquistics, Tulane University)
Precious Erhunmwuosere (School of Nursing, Rutgers University)
3/28/19: Roger Noguerol Ramirez presented 'El Cajon as a symbol of Resistance'
Africa World Press
Johnathan Bishop Highfield: Riding the Indian Ocean's Waves
Displacement of People and Movement of Food across Four Continents
Day 1, Panel 1: Global Africa, Material Cultures, and the Arts of Being
Moderator (end L): François Cornilliat
Panelists (2nd L to R): Jonathan Bishop Highfield, Ouafaa Deleger and Roger Noguerol Ramirez
Global Africa, Migration, Literature, and the Arts attendees
Cacophonous cognates: Poetry performance by (L-R) Alexandria Smith, Thato Magano, and Paulina Barrios
3/30/19: K-12 Teachers Workshop