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Book Presentation: Christel N. Temple, Black Cultural Mythology

  • Online event | 19 February 2021

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Book Presentation: Christel N. Temple, Black Cultural Mythology

Book Presentation: Christel N. Temple, Black Cultural Mythology
  • Online event | 19 February 2021

Time: 16:00-17:30 (Amsterdam time)
 

Christel N. Temple is Professor of Africana Studies at the University of Pittsburgh. Her latest book, Black Cultural Mythology (SUNY, 2020), provides a highly innovative conceptual framework for exploring the complex relations between cultural memory, heroic narratives, activism and creative production within and beyond the African diaspora.

The event will start with a lecture by Dr. Temple, followed by a response by Ann Rigney (Professor of Comparative Literature at Utrecht University; Principal Investigator of the Remembering Activism project) and an open Q&A.

This event is organized by the Netherlands Research School for Literary Studies (OSL).
Please register here.