Ricardo Guthrie, PhD
Director and Associate Professor
Northern Arizona University
Spring Office Hours will be conducted online via BB Learn; or appointments via email and phone
- African American
- Diaspora Studies
- the Black Press
Dr. Ricardo Guthrie is Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies at NAU. He examines political narratives of the Black Press, African-Diaspora studies, and writes about cinema as cultural political artifacts. While on sabbatical he is researching the life and influence of Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett and the San Francisco Sun-Reporter (1945-1966). Currently a member of the Working Group on Emergent Indigenous Identities at NAU and the University of Wollongong, Australia, he is an editor of the Journal of Global Indigeneity, and The International Journal of Social, Political and Community Agendas in the Arts.
“The Real Ghosts in the Machine: The Haunting of Racial Space in DETROPIA and I, Robot,” in Afrofuturism 2.0, Vol. I (2015).
“Reading Radmilla: The Semiotics of Self (Black and Navajo),” in The Politics of Identity: Emerging Indigeneity (2013)
“Minstrelsy and Mythic Appetites: The Last King of Scotland’s Heart of Darkness in the Jubilee Year of African Independence,” in Hollywood’s Africa After 1994 (2012)