Kinohi Nishikawa, assistant professor of English and African American Studies at Princeton University, spoke this week at Duke as part of the Department of African & African American Studies’ 50th anniversary speaker series. Nishikawa received a Ph.D. in literature from Duke in 2010. Previous speakers in the series include Ashon Crawley, Ph.D. ’13, Courtney Baker, Ph.D. ’08, and Patrick Alexander, Ph.D. ’12. The speaker series continues in the spring with Candis Watts Smith, Ph.D. ’11, a professor at Penn State.
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