Monday, September 25, 2017 6pm
"The Urgency of Intersectionality" by Kimberlé Crenshaw, October 2016 at TEDWomen 2016.
Continue the Conversation: Series
Continue the conversation started during Fall Welcome discussion groups with faculty members throughout the fall semester. Engage in intellectual discussion over dinner on a variety of topics related to Between the World and Me.
Wednesday 9/20 @ 6pm in Butler Hall:
Universal Variations in Insightfulness led by Professor Lee P. Gary Jr., Payson Center for International Development
Thursday 9/21 @ 6pm in Monroe Hall:
Racing the Law in America led by Professor Alice Kracke, English Department
Wednesday 9/27 @ 6pm in Sharp Hall:
“But race is the child of racism, not the father”: led by Professor Karen Weissbecker, School of Medicine
Thursday 9/28 @ 6pm in Wall Residential College:
Conditions of Existence in America: Self and Other/ The Self as Other: led by Professor Isa Murdock-Hinrichs, English Department
Wednesday 10/4 @ 6pm in LBC- James Lounge:
Inheritance: Legacies of Trauma & Resistance led by Professor Bernadette Guthrie, English Department
Thursday 10/5 @ 6pm in Josephine Louise House:
Love & Violence in Between the World and Me: led by Professor Megan Holt, English Department