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Old School Black Historians and the Hip Hop Generation Lecture & Book Signing
Old School Black Historians and the Hip Hop Generation Lecture & Book Signing
Fri, Feb 24 - Fri, Feb 24  6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
General Motors Theater - Detroit


M000783073The Wright Museum presents a lecture and book signing with Pero Gaglo Dagbovie, Professor of History and Graduate Director of the Department of History at Michigan State University.  Mr. Dagbovie’s book, "Black History: Old School Black Historians and the Hip Hop Generation" provides straightforward entries into a range of important facets of Black history as a philosophy and concept, an academic field of study, a popular cultural symbol, and as an actual and potential vehicle for social change and black self-empowerment and collective liberation.  Dagbovie revisits and reconsiders the concept of Black history, the ideologies and contributions of many "Old School" black historians, and the status of the hip-hop generation.  Presented in partnership with the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) and the Wayne State University Department of Africana Studies.

A donation of $10 is requested but not mandatory for admission.



Pero Gaglo Dagbovie is a professor of history and Graduate Director of the Department.  His books include Black History: “Old School” Black Historians and the Hip Hop Generation (Bedford Publishers, Inc., 2006), The Early Black History Movement, Carter G. Woodson, and Lorenzo Johnston Greene (University of Illinois Press, 2007), and African American History Reconsidered (University of Illinois Press, 2010).  As the Principal Investigator for the Carter G. Woodson Home, NHS, he recently completed the Historic Resource Study entitled “Willing to Sacrifice”:  Carter G. Woodson, the Father of Black History, and the Carter G. Woodson Home, NHS (Washington, DC:  National Park Service, U.S. Department of Interior, National Capital Region, 2010).  His current project is What is African American History? (Polity Press:  Cambridge, UK, forthcoming, 2013).


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