Studying Race and Human Community: Current Curricula Opportunities in the Humanities

Tuesday, February 23rd, 7:00-8:00 P.M. at locations listed below

ALL STUDENTS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND!

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Have you ever wondered how the humanities address matters of urgent concern? This follow-up to last year’s Teach-Ins on Race and Human Community focuses on sustained teaching and learning in the humanities. Come to an evening of informal, disciplinary panel discussions of humanities courses that address race, racial formation, racialization, the encounter and interaction of varied racial and ethnic groups, and/or related topics in a range of historical and cultural contexts. Panels will be convened from 7:00-7:25 p.m., and again from 7:35-8:00 p.m., to enable students to attend up to two different sessions.

Before the HI event, please also encourage students to attend the 2016 Anna Julia Cooper Lecture delivered by Dr. Barbara Ransby, “From Black Power To Black Lives Matter: Mapping The Terrain Of The Black Freedom Movement.” The lecture begins at 5:30pm in the Porter Byrum Welcome Center. Click here for more information.

Participating Disciplines and Meeting Locations

Classical Languages (Professors Sloan and Witzke): Tribble A301

East Asian Languages and Literatures (Professors Albertson, Rodekohr, and Shi): Carswell 014

English (Professors Franco, Hena, and Still): Tribble A107 (Ammons Lounge)

German, Russian, and Romance Languages (Professors McAllister (German), Obiedat (Arabic), Tarte (French), Silvia Tiboni-Craft (Italian), and Venegas (Spanish)): Greene 320

History (Professors Hellyer, Hopkins, and Plageman): Tribble B117

Law (Professors Curry, Wendy Parker, Wilson Parker, Parks, Perdue, Schneider, and Simmons): Worrell 1310

Religious Studies (Professors Neal and Ramachandran): Tribble A208