October 23, 2015
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Breaking Ground: Black British Writers US Tour at ASWAD 2015
Free and Open to All Conference Registrants
Friday November 6th
Pre-Performance Reception: 6PM North Campus Room 110A
Performance: 7PM North Campus Room 110B and C
Speaking Volumes Live Literature Productions presents this very special event featuring some of Britain's most exciting literary talents. At this moment in the twenty-first century,  Breaking Ground represents a thoughtful and imaginative way of presenting a positive Black British experience based on a spirit of collaboration and exchange. The ten tour writers are: Diran Adebayo, Jay Bernard, Bernardine Evaristo, Gabriel Gbadamosi, Colin Grant, Nick Makoha, Karen McCarthy Woolf, Johny Pitts, Roger Robinson and Warsan Shire.
For more information about the Tour: http://www.speaking-volumes.org.uk/


Assistant Professor of Africana Studies: African-American History
The Department of Africana Studies at Smith College invites applications for a tenure-track position in twentieth-century African-American History at the rank of Assistant Professor, to begin July 2016. Teaching responsibilities will include a broad and shared responsibility for a black history curriculum, including survey courses that begin as early as the 17th century. Ph.D. required. For more information and to apply, visit  http://apply.interfolio.com/32603EO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer.


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