"Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom"
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
Free Movie Screening
Date: Thursday, December 5
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Location: Coolidge Corner Theatre
*This event is sold out; to be added to a wait list, please email email@example.com.
Join the Boisi Center at a free screening of Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, based on Nelson Mandela's autobiography and starring Idris Elba.
Reserve your tickets here.*
*Tickets are limited, and available on a first-come, first-served basis.
This event is co-sponsored with the Center for Human Rights and International Justice.
Zine Magubane is an associate professor of sociology at Boston College, where she also holds a courtesy appointment in the department of African and African Diaspora studies. She specializes in social theory, sociology of post-coloniality, race and ethnicity, globalization, race and popular culture, gender and sexuality, and the sociology of African societies. Professor Magubane has professional experience in South Africa, previously serving as a research associate for the Human Sciences Research Council in Pretoria, South Africa, and holding a guest lecturer position at the University of Cape Town. Magubane has published several books and scholarly articles in her discipline, including Bringing the Empire Home: Race, Class and Gender (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2004).
M. Shawn Copeland is a professor of theology at Boston College. Her research interests converge around issues of theological and philosophical anthropology and political theology, as well as African and African–derived religious and cultural experience and African-American intellectual history. At Boston College, she teaches a wide breadth of courses, including Theology and the Body, Political Theology, Black Theology, and The Question of Justice. Professor Copeland has published over 80 articles, reviews, and book chapters and holds a multitude of awards from prestigious institutions across the United States.