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Afrofuturism: The Futures of Afrofuturism: A symposium
March 30-31, 2017
Haslam Business Building, West Wing, Rm. 440
The Futures of Afrofuturism will present new perspectives on Afrofuturism, a contemporary arts movement connecting the musical, literary, and visual arts and combining elements of science fiction and speculative futurism, history, and fantasy with African and African diasporic cultures and political standpoints.
Tiffany Barber, Visual and Cultural Studies, University of Rochester
Michael Bennett, Center for Science and the Imagination, Arizona State University
Jonathan Eburne, Comparative Literature and English, Pennsylvania State University
Nettrice Gaskins, Artist
Scott Heath, English, Georgia State University
André M. Carrington, English and Philosophy, Drexel University
Alessandra Raengo, Moving Image Studies, Georgia State University