CCNY Race Symposia

April 7th, 2011 | Posted by Sociology Students Association in Events

From the CCNY sociology department:

We are pleased to present two symposiums on race in America. The first one on April 8th is entitled “Race and Science: New Findings and Challenges.” The panelists are Gabriel Haslip Viera (CCNY), Alondra Nelson (Columbia), and Ann Morning (NYU).

The second panel on April 15th is entitled, “Race and Categorization: Changing Terrains.” Its panelists include Jungmiwha Bullock (US Census/Department of Commerce), Angelo Falcon (National Institute for Latino Policy), Imani Perry (Princeton), and Stephen Steinberg (The Graduate Center).

Both events will be from 2–4 pm in the Dominican Studies Institute Library and Archives (North Academic Center 2/202). A reception will follow in the Faculty Dining Room (Amsterdam Room).

These events are supported with generous funding from the Office of the CCNY President Lisa Staiano-Coico.

Please e-mail lpaik[at]ccny.cuny.edu if you have questions, need directions, etc.

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