ASALH RECOGNIZES 400 YEARS OF PERSEVERANCE WASHINGTON, DC — The Association for the Study of African Life and History (ASALH), the Founders of Black History Month, will launch its first
It’s the premier event and hottest ticket in the Nation’s Capital in the month of February. And, YOU don’t want to miss it.
The History Department at Francis Marion University is still accepting applications for our position in U.S. History/Social Studies Education. Approximately half of our student body is African American, and we
Director of Africana Studies and Historian of 18th-19th-Century Afr Am History, George Washington University
George Washington University is looking for a Director of Africana Studies and a historian of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century African American History. We are considering candidates between the ranks of advanced
Lakeside School, an independent 5-12 coeducational day school located in North Seattle is currently recruiting for an Upper School History position, starting late August, 2019. History teachers at Lakeside aim
Prior to our annual black history luncheon, a Featured Authors event allows individuals to interact with authors from across the nation who have written on a variety of issues related
In the fall of 1973 as an incoming graduate student in the History Department at Howard University, the first person I met on campus was Rosalyn Terborg-Penn. Like, so many others have shared,...
This article first appeared in The Washington Informer, December 19, 2018 By Lisa Fager Bediako, Special to The Informer More than 75 people recently gathered in Georgetown to remember and
The George Washington University Department of History is seeking a professor of African American history in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries to serve as Director of its Africana Studies Program.