Ron Himes, the Henry Hampton, Jr., Distinguished Artist in Residence and the Founder and Producing Director of The Black Rep recently starred in a video about The Black Rep and its recent success with its website.
Rafia Zafar,PhD, professor of English, of African and African-American studies, and of American culture studies, all in Arts & Sciences, has been named associate dean for diversity and inclusiveness in the graduate school.
Rafia Zafar, professor of English, of African and African-American studies, and of American culture studies to present “What’s Food Got to Do With It? Meals and Meaning in the Civil Rights Era.” She is featured in The Record.
Perry Stein, African & African-Studies Major, Class of 2011, has accepted a position as a reporter with the Miami Herald; she will assume her responsibilities in June, 2011. Ms. Stein, a member of the Washington University Student Life editorial board, also completed an internship with the Wall Street Journal during the summer of 2010.
Ron Himes, the Henry Hampton, Jr., Distinguished Artist in Residence invited by the President of Senegal to be a member of the U.S. delegation in the World Festival of Black Arts and Cultures in Dakar, Senegal, December 2010.