Due Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Tananarive Due will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award in the Fine Arts from the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation in September. The award will be presented at the National Museum of Women in Arts on Sept. 18th. Antoine Fuqua and Carrie Mae Weems will be honored at the same time.

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Due Renewed for Cosby Chair

Author Tananarive Due’s appointment as Cosby Chair for the Humanities at Spelman College has been renewed for the 2013-14 academic year. Due was initially appointed to the chair for a one year appointment in 2012. The Cosby Chair was endowed by Drs. William and Camille Cosby in 1987 and supports professorships in the fine arts, humanities, and the social sciences at the historically African-American college. Candidates are expected to have achieved the pinnacle of success in their careers.

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Tananarive Due Named Cosby Chair

Author Tananarive Due has been named Cosby Chair for the Humanities at Spelman College for the 2012-13 academic year. The Cosby Chair was endowed by Drs. William and Camille Cosby in 1987 and supports professorships in the fine arts, humanities, and the social sciences at the historically African-American college. Candidates are expected to have achieved the pinnacle of success in their careers.

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