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Keynote Lecture: Allyson Nadia Field, Ph.D.
Date: February 26 2013 4:00pm Location: Albany - Smith Hall
Celebrate Black Heritage Month 2013 | February 18 - March 2
Lewis & Clark Office of Multicultural Affairs invites you to another keynote lecture for our Black Heritage Month Celebration. Dr. Allyson Nadia Field will be lecturing on Black Cinema, Filming Uplift and Projecting Possibility!
Dr. Allyson Nadia Field is an assistant professor of Cinema and Media Studies at UCLA. She is also a faculty affiliate of the Moving Image Archive Studies program and the Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies. Dr. Allyson Nadia Field’s primary research interest is in race and ethnicity in American film, non-theatrical film production, independent cinema, and Hollywood.
February 26th, 4:00pm at Smith Hall
The Office of Multicultural Affairs is located in Templeton Campus Center on the Undergraduate Campus.
Associate Dean of Students and Director of Multicultural AffairsLatricia Brand
Office of Multicultural Affairs
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