"Black Nationalism" comes to Xavier

New course offering for history, international studies and gender and diversity studies majors or minors | June 25, 2010

The History Department has just hired Mr. Ebenezer Ayesu as a visiting faculty member for 2010-2011.  He is a Ghanaian Fulbright Scholar who is completing his PhD from Indiana University.

Therefore, the History Department is happy to announce a late addition to its course offerings for the fall: an elective HIST 229: “Black Nationalism” taught by Mr. Ayesu Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:00 to 5:15. Please consider this course if you are a History or International Studies major or minor, a GDST minor, or interested in the Africana Studies minor. 

Please click here to read the course flyer, or contact Christine Anderson, chair of the history department, for more information on the course at andersonc@xavier.edu

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