Meet the Fellows, Spring 2024

The Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America at Brown University is excited to announce its Spring 2024 cohort of Artistic Practitioner Fellows. Supported by a generous grant from the Mellon Foundation, the Practitioner Fellowship aims to develop artistic works that explore the intersections, aesthetics, and lived experiences contained within concepts of race, ethnicity, and indigeneity. Read on to learn more about each of our new Fellows and their ongoing projects.



Meet The Fellows: CSREA's Fall 2023 Cohort

CSREA’s fellows contribute greatly to the intellectual life of the Center. As they work through their ongoing research, writing, and artistic projects in community with one another, they produce new ideas about race, ethnicity, and indigeneity that inspire our community on campus and beyond.

This semester, CSREA is proud to host a cohort of eight Faculty, Postdoctoral, and Graduate Fellows selected from a pool of exceptional applicants.

Learn more about the Fall 2023 cohort below.




Faculty Fellows


Course Innovation Grant: Recentering Race in the Classroom

CSREA’s Course Innovation Grant is designed to support Brown faculty who are eager to develop, revamp, or refocus existing courses to more centrally include topics of race, ethnicity, and indigeneity.


Solidarity: A New Imagining Social Justice Art Exhibit

In times of social and political hardships, art provides a refuge of support, self-expression, protest, and human connection. The Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America at Brown University opens its new Imagining Social Justice art exhibit entitled Solidarity, which highlights artists who depict unity as a means of resistance in their work. In the collection, artistic expression takes the shape of futuristic graphic prints, action-packed photographs, and vibrant collages, among other interdisciplinary and experimental forms.

Brown in the News

Brown Library Publishes Digital Companion Pieces to CSREA's Race & in America Series


Open access publication expands series delving into comparative perspectives on the roots and effects of racism in the U.S.