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AAS 25th Anniversary Conference: Celebrating 25 Years of Scholarship and Se...

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Auburn Avenue Research Library

101 Auburn Avenue Northeast

Atlanta, GA 30303

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In November 1992, Georgia State University established the Department of African-American Studies in response to student-led protests. On July 1, 1994, Dr. Charles E. Jones began his tenure as the founding chair of African-American Studies. The Department has grown to include several core faculty members with diverse research interests, numerous part-time instructors, and an ever-growing list of supportive affiliate faculty.

In honor of the 25th anniversary of it's founding, the Georgia State University's Department of African-American Studies is hosting this three-day conference to highlight the scholarly achievements, community impact and institutional challenges of Black Studies.

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