Brown Bag - Reading Black Through Red..., Dr. Vera Fennell

Thursday, September 15, 2016 - 12:00pm
Williams Hall, Room 070
Speaker
Dr. Vera Fennell
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science
 
Reading Black Through Red: How did China present "blackness" in its media?
 
This paper argues that as questions of global hegemony increased during the Cold War era, the Chinese communist media sought to present a view of blackness that differed from the West's. In so doing, it allied itself with black internationalism. 
 
 
Dr. Fennell is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political 
Science where her interests are comparative politics and globalization. She received her PhD from the University of Chicago.
 
 
Bring Your Own Lunch | Beverages and Dessert Provided