Paul Burgman

Graduated: 2009, Masters in Pan African Studies

Thesis title: Negro como yo (black like me) : Constructions of blackness in Venezuelan social movement organizations

Alumni information

  • Recipient: Cerificate of University Teaching, Future Professoriate Program
  • Nanyang Technological University - 2nd Master’s Degree, MSc. International Political Economy, 2014 – 2015
  • Currently doing political and economic risk assessment in 

    Hefei City, Anhui, China, International Affairs division

Graduate Student Information

Paul Burgman is a graduate from The University of Houston majoring in Literature and minoring in African American Studies. In Spring of 2005 he was recognized for his academic success by being placed on The University of Houston's Dean's List. In 2006 he was a Dr. Kwame Nkrumah International Study Scholar as well as receiving the Office of International Studies Scholarship for studying abroad. In 2007 he was a founding member and first Vice-President of the Ankh Maat Wedjau Honor Society for African American Studies at The University of Houston and, in addition to his on campus accomplishments he was also inducted into the National Council of Black Studies Honor Society. In March of 2007 he was also awarded the Bardoli Global Fellowship which comprised of 100 student scholars in the Houston area. His area of study includes Africana literature and theatre

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Phone: 315-443-4302
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