Trent Tomengo on “Black Intellectualism and the Politics of Accountability” | UCF Africana Studies

Trent Tomengo on “Black Intellectualism and the Politics of Accountability”

Topic: Black Intellectualism and the Politics of Accountability: The Harlem Renaissance and The Black Movement
Speaker: Trent Tomengo
Date: January 19, 2016
Time: 10:30AM-11:45AM
Location: Student Union Key West 218A

 

About the Speaker:

Trent Tomengo is Professor of the Humanities at Seminole State College of Florida in Sanford where he teaches African American Humanities, Renaissance and Baroque Humanities and Medieval Humanities. He holds a Master of Fine Art degree in painting and a graduate certificate in museum studies from the University of South Florida.  Mr. Tomengo has conducted public lectures and presentations on the Harlem Renaissance, Black cultural productivity, and spirituality of the human condition in art. In his capacity as an arts and humanities consultant, he has served on the Community Advisory Council for the University of Central Florida Public History Center and is a current member of the Academic Committee for the Zora Neale Hurston Festival of the Arts and Humanities.