Nebula Carina

Black Feminist Theory & Afro-Futurism in Black Panther and Beyond

Wednesday, April 25, 2018
4:30 pm
Armstrong Student Center 2080


Celia C. Peters is a filmmaker and artist who produces character-driven work featuring compelling stories and authentically diverse characters. Peters is a member of New York Women in Film and Television and the Writers Guild of America, and a Film Columbus board member. Currently, she is developing her sci-fi feature film project Godspeed for production in 2018.

Dr. Holly McGee specializes in United States history and African American history, with an emphasis on black women's intellectual history, comparative political activism in the United States and South Africa, and popular culture in the twentieth century. Her secondary specialties include local histories of the American South, South African women's history, and oral histories. She is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Cincinnati.

Co-sponsored by Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Department of English and Literature, the Department of Global and lntercultural Studies and Black Women Empowered. For further information, e-mail Dr. Tammy L. Brown

Celia C. Peters & Dr. Holly McGee
Celia C. Peters & Dr. Holly McGee