Anthony Bolden

Associate Professor of African and African-American Studies
and Director of Undergraduate Studies
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Bailey Hall, 12G
Bailey Hall, Rm 12G
1440 Jayhawk Bld
Lawrence, KS 66045


Anthony Bolden (Ph.D., Louisiana State University) is an Associate Professor of African and African-American Studies. His teaching and research interests include African-American music, African-American cultural studies, popular culture, African literature, and ethnic-American literature. He has published extensively on Funk and Blues. Dr. Bolden has previously taught at the University of Alabama, University of Iowa, and Dillard University.

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