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Theodore R. Foster III, PhD

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THEODORE R. FOSTER III, PhD is a Black Studies scholar specializing in the production of historical memories of the modern civil rights movement, Black visual culture, and neoliberalism within Black political thought. His research focuses on how memorials, commemorations, activists, politicians, and artists visualize and narrate the history of the 1960s Black Freedom Movement through divergent political lenses. His book project is titled The Firehose Next Time: Civil Rights Memory, Neoliberalism, and Black Visual Culture. Dr. Foster is an Assistant Professor of African American History and Black Studies at University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

Bio as of 3/2024

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