I Wonder as I Wander

Directions and Routes in African American Studies
Select a speaker’s name to view the episode.

Episode 1
Nicole Hodges Persley, Assistant Professor
Department of Theatre - The University of Kansas
 
 
 
 

Episode 2
Clarence Lang, Associate Professor
Department of African & African American Studies
The University of Kansas
 

 


Episode 3
Jacob Dorman, Assistant Professor
Departments of History & American Studies
The University of Kansas
 

 

 


Episode 4
Randal M. Jelks, Associate Professor
Departments of American Studies & African and African American Studies
The University of Kansas

 

 

Episode 5
John Rury, Professor
Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
The University of Kansas
 
 

 


Episode 6
Tony Bolden, Associate Professor
Department of African and African-American Studies
The University of Kansas
 
 
 
 

Episode 7
Tamara A. Baker, Associate Professor
Department of Psychology
The University of Kansas
 
 

 


Episode 8
Darren Canady, Assistant Professor
Department of English
The University of Kansas
 
 

 


Episode 9

Cécile Accilien, Associate Professor
Department of African and African-American Studies
The University of Kansas
 
 
 


NEH Summer Instittute

The Langston Hughes Center received a $180,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to conduct a June 2017 summer institute for high school teachers, entitled "Teaching the 'Long Hot Summer' of 1967 and Beyond."  The project will be led by Shawn Alexander, Clarence Lang, and John Rury. See <http://www.summer67.dept.ku.edu/​>

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I Wonder as I Wander - Videos
Directions and Routes in African American Studies
Select a speaker’s name to view the video.

Episode 8
Darren Canady, Assistant Professor
Department of English

Episode 9
Cécile Accilien, Associate Professor
Department of African and African-American Studies
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