CU Home Help
 Academic Programs
 Research
 Libraries
 Medical Center
 Athletics
 Events Calendar
 Prospective Students
 Students
 Faculty & Staff
 Alumni
 Neighbors
 About Columbia
 A–Z Index
 E-mail & Computing
Columbia 250


Columbia News
Search Columbia News
 
Advanced Search
View All News | News & Video Archive | Photo Gallery | Press Contacts | Public Affairs Office


Farah Jasmine Griffin

Farrah Griffin Discusses the Importance of Transnational Comparative Analyses of Race in African American Studies

According to Farah Jasmine Griffin, the new director of the Institute for Research in African-American Studies, it would be "narrow-minded and very narrow-focused of us to think that U.S.-based studies of race are the only ways to understand what it means to be black in the new world." Griffin also discusses the goals and numerous strengths of the Institute.

Real (5:14)Video
Quicktime (5:14)Video

Production Number: 158
Shot: Oct 13, 2003
Published: Dec 11, 2003
Last modified:Jan 29, 2004