The Africana Studies Program* of St.
John’s University is pleased to announce a lecture
Racial Hierarchies, National Hierarchies
and the Metaphor of Fitness: The Career of Kid Chocolate – Cuba’s
First Boxing World Champion – in Ideological Context
Enver M. Casimir
Friday, February 11, Noon -1 p.m.
Sullivan Hall, Room 304
Dr. Enver Casimir is a Visiting Assistant Professor of History
at Gettysburg College. He completed his undergraduate degree
at Harvard University and his doctorate at the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill where he was the recipient of an Andrew W.
Mellon Fellowship. Dr. Casimir has also taught courses at Duke
University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
*For more information on the 15 credit Africana Studies