God’s Trombones: African American Cadences and Culture

WGS co-sponors “God’s Trombones: African American Cadences and Culture”

March 15-16, 2018 (All events are free and open to the public.)

Thursday, March 15th
10am Hodges Reading Room, Special Collections, UNCG Jackson Library
Randall Burkett, leture, Research Curator for African American COllections, Emory Univeristy

7pm UNCG Faculty Center
Ross Gay, poetry reading, Associate Professor of English, Indiana University

Friday, March 16th
10am-3:30pm EUC Auditorium, Symposium
Paula Marie Seniors, Associate Professor of Africana Studies, Virginia Tech
N. Frank Woods, Assistant Professor of African American and African Diaspora Studies, UNCG
Shaun Spencer-Hester, Executive Director, Anne Spencer House and Garden Museum
Lori Brooks, Professor of History, Fordham University
Sherrie Marcia Damon, DMA, UNCG
Keith Cartwright, Professor of English, University of North Florida

5pm Music Recital hall, Rm. 100, School of Music and Performing Arts, 100 McIver St.
“God’s Trombones”, Dramatic Reading by members of the UNCG community

7:30pm Music Recital Hall, Rm. 100, School of Music and Performing Arts, 100 McIver St.
Kenny and the Tigers Trombone Shout Band

Date/Time
Date(s) - Mar 15 - Mar 16
12:00 am

Location
Jackson Library, UNCG

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