Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Black & Latino Identity and Relations, Politics, and Rap" - A Discussion with Dr. Jason Nichols

BSOS Students!

Are you interested in knowing more about Black and Latino identity and relations, politics, and rap? Would you like to know what it's like to be an Editor for a peer-reviewed academic journal, a journalist for the Guardian, and about research opportunities? If so, you should come to the BSOS Dean’s Student Advisory Council’s Brown Bag Discussion, Tuesday November 17. We will be featuring Dr. Jason Nichols from the African American Studies Department.

 Dr. Jason Nichols (AASD)
*You don’t have to be an AASD major to attend
Tuesday, November 17th
10:00am-11:00am
Location: 2141K Tydings Hall
RSVP Here!

(Complimentary Breakfast)

Dr. Nichols has an abundance of expertise and a bevy of real world knowledge to provide. As Editor-in-Chief of Words Beats & Life: The Global Journal of Hip-Hop Culture, the first peer-reviewed journal of hip-hop studies, Dr. Nichols is known on campus for both his scholarly work and his engagement beyond the classroom. Dr. Nichols additionally writes for the Guardian on subjects like Black masculinity, hip-hop and dance, and being a rapper in the group Wade Waters.