Campus Address: Upton Hall 308D
Associate Professor and Coordinator of the African and African American Studies Program Dr. Beth Hinderliter received her Ph.D. from Columbia University in 2008. Before arriving at Buffalo State College, she taught at the University of North Carolina Charlotte, Parsons, and Columbia University.
Her interdisciplinary research interests focus on the relationships between visual culture, social practice, and cultural politics and are informed by post-colonial theory and issues of race and gender. At Buffalo State College, she has teaches African art history, Africana Studies, feminist theory, and visual culture and art history.
“Race as episteme in Africana Studies,” co-authored with Noelle Paley. In Africana Studies: Beyond, Race, Class and Culture. Edited by John Marah and Seth Asumah (Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt, 2015): 9-15.
“Diversifying Shared Governance: Intentional Strategies and Best Practices.” co-authored with Noelle Paley. Forthcoming in SUNY Voices: Shared Governance. (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2016).
“Seeing Paris in Total Darkness: The Aesthetics of Opacity in Nicolas Klotz’s and Élisabeth Perceval’s La Blessure,” African and Black Diaspora: An International Journal V. 9, Issue 3 (2015). Special issue on “Black Paris: Place, Circulation and the Mapping of Black Experiences.” http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17528631.2015.1085662
“Producing the Common, Dak’Art 2014: Ugochukwu-Smooth C. Nzewi in Conversation with Beth Hinderliter.” NKA: Journal of Contemporary African Art 36 (Spring 2015): 88-93.
“An International Alliance of ‘Colored Humanity’: Robert Williams in Asia,” Journal of Postcolonial Writing V. 50 Issue 4. (2014): 435-451. Special issue on “Alternative Solidarities: Black Diasporas and Cultural Alliances During the Cold War.”
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