(October 24, 2009) What is the future of Blackness? How can we think about race in this "post-race" era? How does African & African American Studies in the 21st Century theorize about race in the 21st century?and how does AAAS--especially with its new campus-wide Race Forward Initiative contribute to the scholarly inquiry and intellectual life at Stanford for undergraduates, graduate students and faculty? Just what is the role of African American Studies as an academic field of research in the new millennium and at Stanford?
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