|Black Studies NYC Travelers, 2012|
As a group, we visited bookstores like Hue-Man in Harlem and the Strand in the Village, the Brooklyn Museum, Chinatown, Times Square, and the African Burial Ground. In smaller groups, our travelers visited over a dozen other venues.
Overall, the NYC experience gave our crew opportunities to walk and think in the city; to consider the gendered implications of nagivating a major metropolis; and to build, as our longtime contributor Kacee Aldridge put it, "exploratory confidence."
• African Burial Ground: Blending Scholarship with New York City History
• A Bookstore State of Mind
• Smartphones, Black Studies, and NYC
• Harlem & Hue-Man Bookstore
• Fear, Exploratory Confidence, and Black Women Travelers
• Sighting Du Bois in Brooklyn
• Love's Exquisite Freedom by Maya Angelou & Edward Burne-Jones
• Daring Moments in NYC, 2009 & 2012
• Randall Kennedy at Hue-man Bookstore in Harlem
Related: New York City Journeys
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