Friday, Sept. 26th, 8 pm: Fergus Grand Theatre, 244 St. Andrew St. W., Fergus, ON Saturday, Sept. 27th, 8 pm: The First Grantham United Church, 415 Linwell Rd., St.. Catharines, ON Sunday, Sept 28th, 1 pm: Hugh’s Room, 2261 Continue reading Underground Railroad Music Festival: A Blues and Roots Festival
As September is now upon us and the Buxton Homecoming is behind us, it is time to look ahead to the academic year at the Harriet Tubman Institute. It is going to be another exciting one! As you know, Professor Continue reading Back-to-School @ Tubman
As I sit to write this first blog entry as Interim Director, summer humidity has enveloped Toronto and I have just finished reading Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s new novel Americanah. From the author of Half of a Yellow Sun (2006) and Continue reading Summer Reading at Tubman
On June 1st 2013, Performing Diaspora, a flagship project of the Harriet Tubman Institute for Research on the Global Migrations of African Peoples, celebrated its 5th Annual commemoration of African Diaspora expressive culture at York University with a public history Continue reading Performing Diaspora successfully marked its 5th year with the History of Urban Music in Toronto Conference
In honour of the Bicentennial of the War of 1812, the Harriet Tubman Institute presents We Stand on Guard for Thee: Teaching and Learning the African Canadian Experience in the War of 1812, a groundbreaking web-based educational project featuring new research on the Continue reading War of 1812: We Stand On Guard For Thee
The Tubman Institute is pleased to announce an MCRI publication forthcoming soon: La diáspora africana en los programas educativos de Centroamérica by Darío A. Euraque y Yesenia Martínez.
The Tubman Institute is pleased to announce that Michele Johnson, Associate Professor of History, has been appointed Director of the Institute.