Dr. Umaru Bah is an Associate Graduate Professor of Communication Studies at Morgan State University. His two main areas of scholarship are knowledge management, and measurement of digital social media audience and content. Dr. Bah is currently working on a book exploring the critical link between information management and national development, based largely on data he collected in Sierra Leone during his tenure there as Fulbright scholar in 2011-2012. We discussed his work and what he calls, “digital neo-colonialism.”
A discussion of "The Use of Public Space as Cultural Communicator: How Museums Reconstruct and Reconnect Cultural Memory" by Deborah F. Atwater and Sandra L. Herndon.
This classic (but short) discussion with Dr. James Turner took place in 2007 at the National Council for Black Studies (NCBS) conference.
Dr. Scot Brown, Dr. Kwasi Konadu, Dr. James E. Conyers, Rosa Clemente and more pay tribute to the life, work, and legacy of Dr. James Turner.
An insufficient commemoration of Dr. James Turner.