AFRICAN DIASPORA SIG

WELCOME TO THE AFRICAN DIASPORA SIG

SIG DESCRIPTION

The African Diaspora SIG (AD SIG) seeks to foster a community of scholars and practitioners to engage with the historical contexts and contemporary educational experiences of Black communities across the globe.  A broader analysis of the educational realities of African descendants within and outside the United States offers the opportunity to review similar and different challenges, lessons, and new possibilities.

2024-2025 SIG OFFICERS

  • Jasmine Blanks Jones, Johns Hopkins University, USA: Chair.
  • Krystal Strong, Rutgers University, USA: Chair-elect.
  • Noella Binda Niati, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany: Communications Chair.
  • Mame Ndiaye, Cornell University, USA: Communications and Publications.
  • Ashley Watson, University of Minnesota, USA: Membership Outreach & Engagement Chair.
  • Giselle Thompson, University of Alberta, Canada: Newsletter Editor.
  • Rhonesha L. Blaché, Teachers College, Columbia University, USA: Historian.

2023-2024 SIG OFFICERS

  • Jasmine Blanks Jones, Johns Hopkins University, USA: Chair.
  • Krystal Strong, Rutgers University, USA: Chair-elect.
  • Noella Binda Niati, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany: Communications Chair.
  • Mame Ndiaye, Cornell University, USA: Communications and Publications.
  • Ashley Watson, University of Minnesota, USA: Membership Outreach & Engagement Chair.
  • Giselle Thompson, University of Alberta, Canada: Newsletter Editor.
  • Rhonesha L. Blaché, Teachers College, Columbia University, USA: Historian.

ACTIVITIES AND PROJECTS

Coming soon.

ONLINE PRESENCE