Cheryl Rodriguez is Director of the Institute on Black Life at the University of South Florida, Tampa. She received her doctorate in anthropology from USF in 1992, and has researched and published extensively on questions of race, gender and social class.

The Superhero in the Archive: Black Pulp!

Installation view: “Black Pulp!” (2017), University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum, Tampa, FL.

Recent protests against white supremacy and Confederate monuments in the American south have made it clear that the complexities of our history continue to influence and confound contemporary perspectives on race, rights and equality Read More