Benjamin Talton

Benjamin Talton is the director of the Moorland-Spingarn Research Center and Professor of History at Howard University. His research and writing explore histories of the African Diaspora, ethnicity and politics in Ghana, and the intersection of African and African American politics and popular culture in the 20th Century. He has taught at Temple University, Hofstra

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Fred Moten

Fred Moten‘s primary intellectual and aesthetic concerns are social movement and aesthetic experiment in black study. His latest projects are a poetry collection, Perennial Fashion Presence Falling (Wave Books, 2023), a record album, Fred Moten/Brandon López/Gerald Cleaver (Reading Group Records, 2022) and an essay collection, All Incomplete (Minor Compositions, 2021), co-authored with Stefano Harney, Xun

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Michael Dinwiddie

Michael D. Dinwiddie (NYU Gallatin BA, Individualized Study ’80, NYU Tisch School of the Arts MFA ’83) is a dramatist and composer whose works have been produced in New York, regional, and educational theater. He has been playwright-in-residence at Michigan State University, St. Louis University, Florida A&M University, and taught screenwriting courses at SUNY Stony Brook,

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Monique Bedasse

Dr. Monique Bedasse is Associate Professor of History at New York University where she teaches courses on Africa and the African diaspora. Broadly, her research interests include the intellectual, political, and social history of decolonization, pan-Africanism, African diasporic politics, and transnational approaches to history. She is the author of the award winning Jah Kingdom: Rastafarians, Tanzania, and Pan-Africanism in the age

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