The issues of race and racism remain as urgent as ever to our national conversation. Come be part of a conversation as four scholars discuss such questions as: Since Race does not exist as a biological reality, what then is race and where did the idea develop from? What is racism? How have race and racism been used by societies to justify discrimination, oppression, and social exclusion? How did racism manifest in different national and historical contexts? How have American and World history in the modern eras been defined by ideas of race and the power hierarchies embedded in racism?
Nicholas Breyfogle | Associate Professor, Department of History; Director, Goldberg Center
Alice Conklin | Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor, Department of History
Robin Judd | Associate Professor, Department of History
Hasan Jeffries | Associate Professor, Department of History
Deondre Smiles | Ph.D. Geography '20; Assistant Professor of Geography, University of Victoria, Canada
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