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AMS Graduate Student, Crystal Boson, awarded a Global South Fellowship

Thursday, May 9, 2013

Congratulations to AMS Graduate Student, Crystal Boson who has been awarded a Global South Fellowship from The New Orleans Center for the Gulf South at Tulane University. : The fellowship will provide $1,800 to help Crystal travel to New Orleans for research on her dissertation project, "Fleshing the Faith: Hoodoo, the Body, and the American Imaginary."



Prof. Clarence Lang's latest is due out this week.
University professor’s new book examines 1960s effect on contemporary racial issues
American Studies Professor Clarence Lang is releasing a new book later this month, titled “Black America in the Shadow of the Sixties,” which highlights the differences between the 1960s civil rights movement and contemporary racial issues in the United States.

Prof. Clarence Lang's latest is due out this week. http://t.co/5hXxwCK1Ys


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