Critical Studies of Race in Dubious Times - A Cultural Studies zoom panel discussion

Friday, April 15, 2022 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM EDT
Online Location, Zoom Virtual Event

At this event, a panel of faculty experts from CHSS@Mason will have a roundtable discussion on their experiences and perspectives as scholars working on critical histories and theories of race and racism in America and beyond. The panel will also discuss their experiences teaching critical studies of race in the undergraduate and graduate classroom, especially in the current context of "anti-CRT" book bans and educational gag orders. Attendees will also have a chance to join the discussion and ask questions. Overall, our common goal is to explore our obligations and opportunities as critical scholars studying racial injustice and inequality during these fraught, revanchist times.
Panelists include:
Dr. Richard Craig, Associate Professor, Communication
Dr. Yasemin Ipek, Assistant Professor, Global Studies
Dr. Christy Pichichero, Associate Professor, Modern and Classical Languages
Dr. Fan Yang, Associate Professor, Media and Communication Studies, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Please join us! Click here to register and receive the zoom link. This event is funded with generous support from the Provost's Curriculum Impact Grant program. It is open to all Mason faculty and students, as well as friends and guests from other universities. 
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