Clarence Earl Lang Jr

Professor
Chair, African and African American Studies
Primary office:
785-864-5569
11A Bailey Hall


Ph.D. University of Illinois

Also appointed in African and African-American Studies.

Research Interests

  • Black social movements in the twentieth-century United States
  • African American labor and working-class history
  • Black communities in the urban Midwest

Current Classes

AMS 110: American Identities (Spring 2014)


Announcements
Upcoming Events
A lecture by, Cristina Rivera Garza
The Autobiography of Cotton: Documentary Writing and Crónicas​ from the Border
Monday, April 17, 2017 4:30 PM
Forum and Flex Space, Marvin Hall

The Future University
"Understanding Free Speech on a University Campus"
A discussion, featuring: Stefan M. Bradley, Connie Burk, Susan Kruth, Frank LoMonte, and Jeff Chasen
Tuesday, April 25, 2017 7:00 PM
The Commons, Spooner Hall

Hall Center Humanities Lecture Series
A forum for interdisciplinary dialogue between renowned speakers, the university and the surrounding communities.
Schedule of Lectures

 

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