Cultural Studies
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

The Cultural Studies Colloquium

Always free and open to the public - CSC is an interdisciplinary forum for the presentation of new research on the important issues of our time.

CSC is presented by the Cultural Studies Program of George Mason University, bringing scholars of diverse methodological, theoretical, and topical expertise to share new and cutting-edge interdisciplinary research. 

We are grateful to our co-sponsors for the generous support that has made this programming possible: University Life, Interdisciplinary Curriculum Collaborative, Global Interdisciplinary Programs, Schar School of Policy and Government, History and Art History, English, Communications, Philosophy, and Women’s and Gender Studies.

For questions or more information, please contact colloquium coordinator Alison Landsberg, alandsb1@gmu.edu, or contact the Cultural Studies office at 703-993-2851. 

Talks start at 4:30 but feel free to show up early to mingle with faculty and students and enjoy light refreshments and coffee

SPRING 2018 PROGRAM

February 8: Janelle Wong - "Immigrants, Evangelicals, and Political Conservatism in an Era of Demographic Change”
(Professor of American Studies and Professor of Asian American Studies, University of Maryland)

February 22: Chris Bonner - "Truth and Black Politics after Dred Scott”
(Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Maryland)

March 1: Barbie Zelizer - "From Trump to #MeToo: Why US Journalism Keeps Getting It Wrong”
(Raymond Williams Professor of Communication and the Director of the Scholars Program in Culture and Communication at the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania   

March 22: Annual Recruitment Event, Donna Hope
(Senior Lecturer, Institute of Caribbean Studies, The University of the West Indies)

March 29: Sarah Sobieraj - "Stupid Bitch: Identity-Based Attacks Online"
(Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Tufts University)

April 26: Dissertation proposals presentations

May 2:  Dissertation proposals presentations

 

 

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