Media Releases

Black History Month

January 31, 2013

The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on a variety of issues related to Black History Month.

Multiculturalism and social integration
Post-war immigration in Canada, Germany, U.K., France
Randall Hansen
Canada Research Chair in Immigration and Governance
Department of Political Science
Office: 416-978-3291
r.hansen@utoronto.ca
*NOTEOnly available by email

African social and economic history
Tanzanian and East African history
South Africa and African conflicts
Stephen J. Rockel
Associate Professor
Department of Historical and Cultural Studies
Office: 416-287-7145
Home: 416-462-1143
stephen.rockel@utoronto.ca

Slavery
Race and U.S. crime
Race and U.S. law
African-American Literature, Culture and History
American Literature, Culture and History (especially before 1900)
Jeannine Marie DeLombard
Associate Professor
Department of English
Affiliated Faculty, Centre for the Study of the United States
Affiliated Faculty, Book History and Print Culture
Home: 416-203-2266
Cell: 416-809-8489
j.delombard@utoronto.ca
*NOTEBest to email with follow-up call to cell

African politics (West Africa, Nigeria and Ivory Coast)
Dr. Ruth Marshall
Assistant Professor
Department and Centre for the Study of Religion
Department of Political Science
Office: 416-978-0241
Cell: 416-839-9295
ruth.marshall@utoronto.ca

African-Canadian history/literature
African/American/Canadian Poetry
Anti-racism initiatives
Canadian/American/African poetry
Canadian/American/African poetry, African-Candian history/literature 

George Elliott Clarke
Professor
St.George Campus
Department of English
Phone: 416-406-6695
georgeelliott.clarke@utoronto.ca

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