Dr. Glady Mitchell-Walthour meets with Brazilian scholars to discuss UWM’s doctoral program in African and African Diaspora Studies

On Friday July 6, 2018 Dr. Glady Mitchell-Walthour met with professors (including Dr. Regimeire Maciel (Public Policy) and Dr. Flabio Francisco (International Relations) and a Master’s level graduate student from the Federal University of ABC (based in Santo André) in the city of São Paulo to discuss the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s doctoral program in African and African Diaspora Studies. … Continue Reading »

Africology Seminar Series

Artist in residence Prof. Portia Cobb will discuss the development of her current work at The Lynden Sculpture Garden in Brown Deer, WI and it’s connection to her ongoing research and exploration of Gullah Geechee identity in the Low Country South Carolina on May 4th, 2018, 12:30-1:30 pm in the Winston Van Horne Seminar Room, Mitchell Hall, Room 206. … Continue Reading »

Dr. Gladys Mitchell-Walthour Recieves Rodney Higgins Best Faculty Paper Award At The National Conference Of Black Political Scientists (NCOBPS)

Prof. Gladys Mitchell-Walthour recieves the Rodney Higgins Best Faculty Paper Award for her article, “Intersectionality, Discrimination, and Presidential Approval: An Intersectional Analysis of Bolsa Família Recipients’ Presidential Satisfaction of Dilma Rousseff and Political Trust,” at the National Conference of Black Political Scientists (NCOBPS) on March 16, 2018.… Continue Reading »

Africology Seminar Series

James Peoples (Economics) will be presenting “Noncitizen Employment and the Wages of Healthcare Support Workers in the US” on Februrary 2nd, 2018, 12:30-1:30 pm in the Winston Van Horne Seminar Room, Mitchell Hall, Room 206.… Continue Reading »