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Institute for the Study of Culture and Society: Dr. Nicole M. Jackson

Dr. Nicole M. Jackson
Thursday, October 24th, 2019 | 6:00 p.m. -7:30 p.m.| Grounds for Thought |174 South Main Street | Bowling Green, OH

""Dr. Nicole M. Jackson is an Associate Professor of History. She is an historian of contemporary African Diaspora History with a focus on post-WWII Black social movements, migrations, race and imperialism, with particular focus on Black Britain. Her new work considers Black women’s popular literary works as sites for espousing ideas about race, sex, gender, love and national belongings—viewpoints often excluded from historical and popular social narratives.

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Dr. Nicole M. Jackson
Associate Professor
Department of History
25 Williams Hall

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