Light Work’s Urban Video Project announces the exhibition “Christopher Harris: Extended Forecast” by the award-winning filmmaker. This will be on view at Light Work UVP’s outdoor projection site on the north facade of the Everson Museum of Art at 401…
Herb Ruffin on Black Panther’s Historical Context and Impact
With buzz and excitement building for Marvel’s “Black Panther,” we asked some of our SU faculty who were planning to see the film to offer their thoughts afterward. Here is what they had to say (conversations have been edited for clarity and length).
Herb Ruffin, Chair of African American Studies department on Marvel’s Black Panther
Herb Ruffin is an associate professor of African American History and Chair of the African American Studies department in the College of Arts and Sciences. In the Introduction to African American Studies in Social Sciences course, Ruffin has taught students about blacks and their representation in Marvel and DC Milestone comic books.