Joseph Jordan’s work focuses on diaspora social justice movements and the cultural politics of race, identity and artistic production in the diaspora. Selected published work includes: Cabral, Solidarity and the African Diaspora in the Americas in Cabral no Cruzamento de Épocas: Comunicações e Discursos Produzidos no II Simpósio Internacional Amílcar Cabral (2013); Can the Artist Speak? Hamid Kachmar’s Subverise Redemptive Art of Resistance in Bodies of Knowledge: Interviews, African Art, and Scholarly Narratives (Indiana); and The Call of Revolution: The Anti-Apartheid Movement in the 1970’s in No Easy Victories: African Liberation and American Activists, 1953-2002. (Africa World Press).
Courses: AAAD 284, “The African Diaspora in the Americas”; AAAD 340, “Diaspora Art and Cultural Politics”