INSTITUTE FOR LIBERAL ARTS & INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
B.A. University of California, Santa Barbara
M.P.S. Cornell University
Ph.D. Howard University
Cara Moyer-Duncan recently completed her Ph.D. in African Studies at Howard University.
Dr. Moyer-Duncan was previously a Frederick Douglass Doctoral Scholar, a Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Foundation Fellow, and a Preparing Future Faculty Fellow. In 2008, she was a Visiting Scholar at the University of Cape Town's Centre for African Studies while completing field research for her doctoral dissertation, "Projecting Nation? Cinema and the Creation of a National Identity in Post-Apartheid South Africa." She has authored papers on contemporary South African cinema for Critical Interventions: Journal of African Art History and Visual Culture, Directory of World Cinema: Africa, and Art and Trauma in Africa: Representations of Reconciliation in Film, Art, Music and Literature.
Honors Thesis (HS490)
Cultural Constructions of Identity (IN152)
Rainbow Nation? Race, Class & Culture in South Africa (IN208)
Top: Africana Thought & Practice (IN123)
Top: Africana Thought and Practice (IN123)
Top: Culture, Art & Soc Change (IN123)
Top: Culture, the Arts, and Social Change (IN123)
Top: Rainbow Nation? Race, Class & Culture in South Africa (IN210)
Top: Rainbow Nation? Race, Class and Culture in South Africa (IN210)
Top: Re-visioning Africa (IN123)