Tag: wayne marshall

  • BREAKING: Wayne is Back

    Wayne Marshall. The man is a legend. He taught at Brandeis for two years (2007-2008, 2008-2009), doing courses like “Digital Pop from Hip-Hop to Mashup,” “Reggae Representation, Race and Nation,” or “Global Hip-Hop.” Then, with the hiring freeze, the University refused to rehire him. (He was on a 2-year contract) This was a big deal. […]

  • Save Wayne Campaign in the Boston Phoenix

    The Boston Phoenix has a short piece on the Save Wayne campaign. Perhaps administrators will start to listen now! Check it out: http://thephoenix.com/Boston/News/79369-Will-Brandeis-lose-its-swagger/ “Brandeis President Jehuda Reinharz unleashed a torrent of negative publicity for his university when, with zero transparency, he announced that the school would shut down its vaunted campus-based Rose Art Museum… Condemnation […]

  • The Save Wayne campaign has an awesome website

    Check this out: www.savewayne.com Leor just sent me the link to the AMAZING website for the Save Wayne campaign. We’re really going to step up the efforts to save Wayne Marshall, the best reggae professor at Brandeis. Remember, if Wayne Marshall departs, we lose 20% of our already-small African-American Studies faculty. Sign the petition now! […]

  • Today is your last day to nominate Wayne Marshall for a teaching award!

    Per the campus-wide Student Union email: “Today is your last chance to nominate a member of the Brandeis faculty for a Teaching Award! If you have a professor who you think deserves recognition for outstanding teaching, please send an e-mail with a paragraph describing why a professor deserves an award to ewong@brandeis.edu. Nominations are due […]