by alicee • • Comments Off on Alicia Garza talk postponed, new date TBA
Note: This event will be rescheduled for AY 2020-21.
“Alicia Garza is an Oakland-based organizer, writer, public speaker and freedom dreamer who is currently the Special Projects Director for the National Domestic Workers Alliance, the nation’s leading voice for dignity and fairness for the millions of domestic workers in the United […]
by alicee • • Comments Off on Postponed: John Collins, “Recent Crises in Representation and Racialized Mediation”
NOTE: This talk will be rescheduled for AY 2020-21.
Race, Ethnicities, and Inequalities Colloquium
John Collins, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, Queens College & the CUNY Graduate Center
Since the mid-1990s, John Collins has conducted ethnographic research on UNESCO world heritage sites, urban restoration programs, and their relationships to national histories and racial politics in Brazil. This gave rise […]
by alicee • • Comments Off on CSWS Jane Grant Fellow Celeste Reeb publishes research article
Celeste Reeb, a PhD candidate in the Department of English and the 2019-20 CSWS Jane Grant Fellowship awardee, published an article related to her dissertation research in the summer issue of Disability Studies Quarterly.
The full citation is: Reeb, Celeste. [This Closed Captioning is brought to you by Compulsive Heterosexuality/Able-bodiedness]: Disability Studies Quarterly, Vol 39, No 3 […]
by alicee • • Comments Off on Karla Holloway: “From Fact to Fiction: A Colored Life in Letters”
[ March 4, 2020; 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm. ]
Ford Lecture Hall JSMA UO campus
Lorwin Lectureship Series
Karla FC Holloway, James B. Duke Professor Emerita of English at Duke University, will visit the University of Oregon campus March 3 – 5. Her featured lecture is titled “From Fact to Fiction: A Colored Life in Letters.” She will participate also in a series of other […]
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