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Director of the Stone Center for Black Culture and History and Adjunct Associate Professor
Stone Center for Black Culture and History and Department of African/African American and Diaspora Studies

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”