Black Internationalism: An Interview with Clare Corbould

Black Internationalism: An Interview with Clare Corbould

In this episode, Dr. Hettie V. Williams is in conversation with Dr. Clare Corbould about Black Internationalism—a growing subfield in African American history. Corbould is a historian specializing in African American cultural and intellectual history. She is currently an Associate Professor of North American History at Deakin University in Australia and the author of Becoming African Americans: Black Public Life in Harlem, 1919-1939 (Harvard University Press, 2009) listed as a Choice “Outstanding Title” and winner of several awards in Australia. She has written articles and book chapters on many topics including on anti-lynching plays, African American ideas about Haiti, and African American cartoonist E. Simms Campbell. 

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