Africana Studies Presents is a speaker and performance series that highlights Africana Studies people related to the work of the the Center for Africana Studies and Culture at IUPUI and the Africana Studies Program. The event showcases the richness, relevancy, and majesty of global Black culture as an enhancement of student experience and as a vehicle for welcoming the surrounding community.
The event promotes Africana Studies faculty research and creative activity–a forum for intellectual discourse. The event was held on the IUPUI campus but went virtual in 2020. It is held once or twice a semester and is free and open to the public.
Past Presenters have been Joseph Tucker Edmonds, Lasana Kazembe, and Kelli Morgan.
Sign up for information on the next event.
The Bundles Lecture Series will focus on globally oriented Black history, culture and other under-disciplined areas. The conversation series will focus specifically on Black Indianapolis history and culture as a part of the Africana Studies Presents series, in collaboration with the Madam Walker Legacy Center.
These conversations, given by the Prestigious Fellow, will be on specific topics related to Africana context. The lectures will be held annually with the inaugural lecture held in Spring of 2023. They will be free and open to the public.
Sign up to stay connected with the Center and to know when the inaugural Bundles Lecture will happen.
Contact Les Etienne, CASC Founding Executive Director.