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Ricardo Guthrie

Ricardo Guthrie is associate professor & director of Ethnic Studies at Northern Arizona University. He examines political narratives of the Black Press and writes about cinema as cultural political artifacts. His most recent publications include: “Afrofuturism and the Haunting of Racial Space in DETROPIA and I, Robot” in Afrofuturism 2.0, vol. 1 (2015); “Embodying an Imagined Other through Rebellion, Resistance and Joy: Mardi Gras Indians and Black Indigeneity” (ALTERNative, v. 12:5, 2016); and Oprah Winfrey and the Trauma Drama” in Presenting Oprah Winfrey, Her Films, and African American Literature (2013).  He is currently researching the life of Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett & the San Francisco Sun-Reporter (1945-1966).

My Speakers Sessions

Saturday, May 26

2:00pm EDT