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Anthony Monteiro

Associate Professor of African American Studies

Temple University

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Temple University

1601 North Broad Street, Room 206

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,19122

United States

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Temple University, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was founded in 1884. Temple has seven campuses in Pennsylvania, as well as campuses in Rome, Tokyo, Singapore, and London. Temple is among the nation's greatest providers of professional education (in law, medi... more

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Dr. Monteiro's
The rally that Davis spoke in was in support of North Philadelphia resident and vocal critic against gentrification Dr. Anthony Monteiro. Monteiro, a non-tenure track professor at Temple University since 2003, was dismissed this January from the African American Studies Department (AASD). Monteiro has been stripped of his professorship from a university which, looming over North Central Philadelphia, is entrenched between two of the poorest zip codes in the country. Monteiro led protests on Temple's campus condemning Dean of the College of Liberal Arts Teresa Soufas' decision to appoint then-Vice Dean Jayne Drake, a white woman whose expertise was not in African American Studies as the head of the African American Studies Department. Monteiro was fired because he challenged the authority of the AASD chairs and the administration of the College of Liberal Arts. During the spring semester of 2013, Monteiro led protests on Temple's campus condemning Dean of the College of Liberal Arts Teresa Soufas' decision to appoint then-Vice Dean Jayne Drake, a white woman whose expertise was not in African American Studies as the head of the African American Studies Department. In addition to his disapproval of Soufas' appointment, Monteiro also called for the reappointment of Molefi Keti Asante as chair of the department. In January, after several direct actions led to Asante's appointment as chair, Soufas informed Monteiro in a letter that his contract would not be renewed after June 30th. They do not want Monteiro around because he uses his position to educate the community-specifically at his Saturday free school at the historic Church of the Advocate-rather than to marginalize and disenfranchise it. Asante labeled Monteiro a "charlatan," and a "low-level purveyor of Marxism and anti-African ideals. He ridicules the entire national campaign's "Call for Dr. Monteiro," whose signatories include Angela Davis, Chris Hedges, and Lewis R. Gordon. Asante's use of a naked and anachronistic anticommunism to justify baseless attacks on Dr. Monteiro's integrity as a scholar and a teacher pose a dangerous threat to academic integrity and academic freedom...they reveal a deep-seated, prejudicial contempt that has been longstanding."


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Anthony Monteiro, Professor of African American studies at Temple University. For more information about the Black Writers Museum visit www.blackwritersmuseum.com.   


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Scholars Line Up to Offer Support for Temple University's Anthony Monteiro
Scholars Line Up to Offer Support for Temple University's Anthony Monteiro In a letter last month, Temple University's Anthony Monteiro, a non-tenured associate professor and a leading authority of W.E.B. Du Bois, was told his contract would not be renewed at the end of the current semester.


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President: Anthony Monteiro
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Panelists include Dr. Anthony Monteiro, Professor of African Studies, Temple University; Dr. Diana Waters; Supreme Dow, Founder of the Black Writer's Museum; Renee McBride-Williams, Station Manager of WPEB Community Radio and Mother of Jazz Bassist Christian McBride.


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