FLYER: Vibranium Culture: Race, Gender, Technology, and History in Black Panther (#WakandaUniversity), 2018
Flyer for "Vibranium Culture: Race, Gender, Technology, and History in Black Panther (#WakandaUniversity)," an interactive Black Panther conversation co-organized and facilitated by Annis Rachel Sands (Graduate student, Comparative Media Studies, MIT) and Ángel R. Rodriguez (Doctoral Candidate, History of Science, Harvard).
The event was held on April 12, 2018 in the Black Students’ Union Lounge (50-105) at MIT and supported by the MIT Comparative Media Studies/Writing and the Global Media Technologies and Cultures (GMTaC) Lab.
James Paradis, Robert M. Metcalfe Professor of Writing and Comparative Media Studies
Mauricio Cordero, Lecturer, Comparative Media Studies/Writing, MIT
Britney Johnson, MIT, Media Lab graduate student
James Bowie-Wilson, Comparative Media Studies graduate student, MIT
Lisa Parks, Professor of Comparative Media Studies/Writing, MIT
Basil Hamusokwe, Assistant Professor of Media & Communication Studies, University of Zambia