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Join Queens Neighborhood United for a Town Hall M 6/18 6:30pm

JFA stands in solidarity with Queens Neighborhood United and our fellow Queens residents, and encourages all to attend this important…

“Black Performance on the Outskirts of the Left” review

Happy day! My review of Black Performance on the Outskirts of the Left: A History of the Impossible was just…

OpenCUNY Update: Server Migration

Greetings OpenCUNY Participants, This past week, OpenCUNY moved to a new server. This means that all of the content on…

Join Us for our Upcoming Community Event: Saturday June 16th, 1-5pm @ Queensbridge Park

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Welcome to the EP Faculty, Dr. Imamichi

We would like to welcome Dr. Tomo Imamichi to our faculty! Tomoaki (Tomo) Imamichi received his PhD in Environmental Psychology…

Slight change

Hi Students, Please use the USPS box in front of Klapper 342, as stated in the previous post. I haven’t…

Finals

Hi Students, I’ve left a USPS box in front of my office, KLAPPER HALL 342. Please leave your zine in…

Come Join Us for Environmental Psychology Day 2018!

May 22nd is our Environmental Psychology Day 2018! Environmental Psychology Day 2018 Schedule This is a public event and all…

Congratulations to alumna Dr. Sutton on her new book!

When Ivory Towers Were Black lies at the potent intersection of race, urban development, and higher education. It tells the…

Class starting an hour late

Dear Students, I am delivering a talk in Manhattan until 6:15. Therefore, class is starting at 7:40 on the 16th….

Xaviera Simmons’s CODED: Grappling with the Complexities of Black Breath, Pleasure, and Movement

I wrote a review of Xaviera Simmons’s CODED for PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art. The whole review can…

Mixing It Up: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Literary Analysis

This semester, I asked my Introduction to Literary Analysis students to work on a final project that was a radical…

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