An AHR Conversation on Black Internationalism

This episode features a March 2, 2021, Virtual AHA session that hosted a discussion of the recent AHR Conversation on Black Internationalism, which appeared in the December 2020 issue of the AHR. The published conversation included seven scholars drawn from a range of fields and perspectives—Monique Bedasse (Washington University in St. Louis), Kim D. Butler (Rutgers University), Carlos Fernandes (Center of African Studies (CEA) from Eduardo Mondlane University), Dennis Laumann (University of Memphis), Tejasvi Nagaraja (Cornell University), Benjamin Talton (Temple University), and Kira Thurman (University of Michigan). The Virtual AHA, moderated by now former AHR Associate Editor Michelle Moyd (Indiana University, Bloomington), featured four of the conversation participants—Bedasse, Fernandes, Laumann, and Talton. You can find video of the session on the AHA’s YouTube channel.

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