Final Talk in The Symposium Series: Professor Gooding-Williams

12:56 PM


“Delany’s Two Principles, The Argument for Emigration, and Revolutionary Black Nationalism”

Please Join us on:
Tuesday, Dec. 6
5:30-7:30
Alumni Reading Room


Bob Gooding-Williams will speak to us next week about  his book project on Martin Delany, the so-called father of black nationalism.  Before reading the paper, he will spend a little time reviewing some of his earlier work on the history of Af-Am political thought and its relevance to critical race theory.   


 Robert Gooding-Williams is the M. Moran Weston/Black Alumni Council Professor of African-American Studies and Professor of Philosophy at Columbia University, where he directs the Center for Race, Philosophy, and Social Justice.  Gooding-Williams is the author of three books: Zarathustra’s Dionysian Modernism (Stanford, 2001); Look, A Negro! (Routledge, 2005), and In the Shadow of Du Bois(Harvard, 2009).  His areas of research and teaching interest include Social and Political Philosophy, the History of African-American Political Thought, 19th Century European Philosophy, Existentialism, and Aesthetics.


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