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Lecture by Dr. Cheryl Sterling
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African Roots, Brazilian Rites by Cheryl Sterling

Dr. Cheryl Sterling, Director of the Black Studies Program at The City College of New York, will lecture on her recent book African Roots and Brazilian Rites: Cultural and National Identity in Brazil"(New York: 2012). Join us on March 19 at 4:30 p.m. in the Beck Rooms located in the Walsh Library.

Educated in Ghana and the United States, Dr. Sterling is the author of numerous critical essays on race, gender, and representation and aesthetics in African Literature. She is a Fulbright Scholar and recipient of numerous grants including the Organization of American States fellowship.

This event is sponsored by The President's Advisory Council, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Program in Latin American and Latino and Latina Studies, and the Department of History.

For more information please contact:
Kirsten Schultz
(973) 275-5846
kirsten.schultz@shu.edu

 

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