Join us for a book panel to discuss Black Grief/White Grievance: The Politics of Loss by Juliet Hooker, Professor of Political Science at Brown University. The other panelist include Cristina Beltran (NYU), Kevin Quashie (Brown University) and Thomas Zimmer (Georgetown).
In this book, Juliet Hooker, a leading thinker on democracy and race, argues that the two mostRead More
In 1976 writer and activist June Jordan outlined a proposed novel titled “Okay Now!” beginning with the powerful statement: “We must learn to share the earth, while there is still time to try.” Written during a watershed moment in Black environmental consciousness in the early 1970s, the unpublished novel centers Black social and economic vulnerability within an analysis of the AmericanRead More
In this talk, J.T. Roane — building off of his short experimental film Plot and the experience of working with the organization Just Harvest and the Rappahannock Nation to plant a mutual aid garden in Tappahannock — reflects on the healing act of working the land together under the structural and discursive conditions of shared histories of violence. Calling for us to center the intimacy ofRead More
Join CSREA for a Family Weekend Open House celebrating this year’s Imagining Social Justice Art Exhibit, Momentum. All are welcome.
The exhibit encompasses a wide spectrum of works from the abstract to the figurative, from the conceptual to the concrete. This multimedia collection conveys a sense of forward movement while exploring the instances of deceleration and evenRead More
“Flags, Stairs, and Folding Chairs: Marginalization and Strategies of Resistance in Higher Education”
Addressing the symbolic and material position of higher education institutions in American politics, Professor Harris-Perry will discuss how marginalized individuals and communities deploy multiple strategies of survival and resistance on and off campus.Read More
Join the Native American and Indigenous Studies Initiative (NAISI) for the first Faculty Brown Bag of the semester with NAISI-affiliated faculty member Mack Scott. This 90-minute total session will include Q&A, conversation, and an opportunity to “workshop” with Dr. Scott. Lunch will be served!
Join the Native American and Indigenous Studies Initiative (NAISI) for the first Faculty Brown Bag of the semester with Mack Scott, Visiting Assistant Professor of Slavery and Justice. This talk will appraise the conditions that informed the presence of two Narragansett children at Harvard University a decade before JohnRead More
CSREA - Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America
CSREA’s Equilibrium Discussion Series invites speakers to consider topics like algorithmic bias, the built environment, and medical science through the lens of race and ethnicity, with an eye toward possibilities for creating a more just world.
In Discriminating Data: Correlation, Neighborhoods, and the New Politics of Recognition, Wendy Hui Kyong Chun, ChairRead More
All Native & Indigenous students and CNAIS concentrators are invited to join the Native American and Indigenous Studies Initiative (NAISI) and the Swearer Center for our fall information session on undergraduate- and graduate-level fellowships and other opportunities available to you from 5:30-7:00PM on Wednesday, September 27 in the BCSC Formal Lounge. Read More