By The Africa Institute

February 11, 2021

The Africa Institute’s Director, Dr. Salah M. Hassan, has been recognized as CAA 2021’s Distinguished Scholar. The 109th CAA Annual Conference highlighted his career and provided an opportunity for dialogue between and among colleagues. The session’s panel included Dr. Hassan and Chika Okeke-Agulu (Princeton University), Elizabeth Giorgis (University of Addis Ababa) and Iftikhar Dadi (Cornell University).

Salah M. Hassan is the Goldwin Smith Professor of African and African Diaspora Art History and Visual Culture in the Department of Africana Studies and Research Center, as well as in the Department of History of Art and Visual Studies, and also serves as Director of the Institute for Comparative Modernities at Cornell University, Ithaca, USA. Hassan is also the Director of The Africa Institute, Sharjah, UAE. Hassan served as Professor of History of Art in African and African American Studies and Fine Art at Brandeis University, where he previously awarded the Madeleine Haas Russell Professorship in the Departments of African and Afro-American Studies and Fine Arts (2016-2017).

To read more about Dr. Salah M. Hassan, visit here.

Watch the video for more information on Dr. Hassan’s career, and to learn more about the CAA.

The Africa Institute’s Director, Dr. Salah M. Hassan, has been recognized as CAA 2021’s Distinguished Scholar. The 109th CAA Annual Conference highlighted his career and provided an opportunity for dialogue between and among colleagues. The session’s panel included Dr. Hassan and Chika Okeke-Agulu (Princeton University), Elizabeth Giorgis (University of Addis Ababa) and Iftikhar Dadi (Cornell University).

The Africa Institute’s Director, Dr. Salah M. Hassan, has been recognized as CAA 2021’s Distinguished Scholar. The 109th CAA Annual Conference highlighted his career and provided an opportunity for dialogue between and among colleagues. The session’s panel included Dr. Hassan and Chika Okeke-Agulu (Princeton University), Elizabeth Giorgis (University of Addis Ababa) and Iftikhar Dadi (Cornell University).

Salah M. Hassan is the Goldwin Smith Professor of African and African Diaspora Art History and Visual Culture in the Department of Africana Studies and Research Center, as well as in the Department of History of Art and Visual Studies, and also serves as Director of the Institute for Comparative Modernities at Cornell University, Ithaca, USA. Hassan is also the Director of The Africa Institute, Sharjah, UAE. Hassan served as Professor of History of Art in African and African American Studies and Fine Art at Brandeis University, where he previously awarded the Madeleine Haas Russell Professorship in the Departments of African and Afro-American Studies and Fine Arts (2016-2017).

To read more about Dr. Salah M. Hassan, visit here.

Watch the video for more information on Dr. Hassan’s career, and to learn more about the CAA.

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