Ibram Rogers, Ph.D, Assistant Professor of Africana Studies at the University of Albany, will deliver a talk titled "The Black Campus Movement: Black Students & the Racial Reconstitution 1965-1972."
Dr. Rogers' book was published in March 2012 as part of Palgrave Macmillan's Contemporary Black History Series, edited by Tufts historian Peniel Joseph and Fairfield historian Yohuru Williams. It earned the Diopian Institute for Scholarly Advancement's 2012 Scholarly Book Award. He has published essays in books and academic journals, including The Journal of African American History, Journal of Social History, Journal of Black Studies, Journal of African American Studies, and The Sixties: A Journal of History, Politics and Culture.
Dr. Rogers began his career as an assistant professor of African American history at SUNY College at Oneonta. He earned his doctoral degree in African American Studies from Temple University in 2010 and earned his undergraduate degrees from Florida A&M University. He has been the recipient of several grants and post-doctoral fellowships. He contributes a blog to Diverse: Issues in Higher Education titled "From Uni-versity to Multi-versity."
Monday, Feb 4, 2013