Featuring Dr. Talawa Adodo and Tarik Richardson
Dr. Talawa Adodo
Dr. Talawa Adodo received his Honors B.A. major/minor in History & European Classical Studies from York University (Toronto, Canada). He earned his M.A. in Egyptology at the University of Toronto. Currently, he is a doctoral student in Africology at Temple University. His primary research interests are (1) Afro-Caribbean languages, (2) Nile Valley Civilizations, and (3) Afrocentric Theory. His dissertation research focuses on examining Kemetic texts from a Jamaican perspective.
Bwana Tarik Richardson | Temple University Department of Africology (Graduate Spokesperson); ASCAC Mid-Atlantic (Research Chair); Afrocentricity International
Tarik Richardson is a Ph.D.. candidate in the Department of Africology and African American Studies at Temple University. He is currently completing his dissertation focused on the discussion of culture and identity in East Africa. He is also an active member of the Association for the Study of Classical African Civilization Mid-Atlantic region.