Award winning multimedia producer and Assistant Professor in the School of Media and Public Affairs, Dr. Imani Cheers recently published The Evolution of Black Women in Television: Mammies, Matriarchs, and Mistresses. To read the beginning of Dr. Cheers’ recent publication, please click here. To acquire the entire text, please click here to view its reserve options through Gelman Library. To view purchasing options, please click here. To learn more about Dr. Cheers, please click here to visit her website.
We are honored to have Dr. Cheers as chair of Storytelling as Scholarship Exploring Digital Stories Photovoice and Other Methods and as a Nashman Affiliate.
To learn more about Dr. Cheers’ recent work, please click here to read her interview with Emebte Atanaw, a Community Engaged Scholar.
Dr. Cheers’ “upper level multimedia production seminar focuses on advocacy-based journalism; topics include environmental, social and economic justice as well as civil rights.” To learn more about Dr. Cheers’ course this semester, please click here. To find out what courses Dr. Cheers will be instructing next semester, please click here.
To learn more about how the Nashman Center supports community engaged faculty, click here. If you would like more information on getting your Community Engaged Scholarship course designated, click here.