Latest Past Events

Filmscreening: Freedom Is A Big Word (2019)

THE PROGRAM IN LATIN AMERICAN, CARIBBEAN, AND LATINX STUDIES2023 LATIN AMERICAN FILM SERIES FREEDOM IS A BIG WORD, (Uruguay 2019)Tuesday, December 5th, 5 pmRemsen Hall 101 Comments by Stuart Schrader, […]

Graduate Workshop: Archival Methods in the Social Sciences

Please join this graduate workshop sponsored by the Department of Sociology and Program in Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship for a conversation on how to adopt archival research methods in the social sciences. The discussion will focus on research on political economy, colonialism, and state power. Speakers will offer practical guidance as well theoretical and methodological insights. 

Graduate Workshop: Critical Methods in the Study of Racism, Colonialism, and Political Economy 

This graduate workshop will focus on critical methodologies for conducting doctoral research on a range of topics that center issues of racism, colonialism and empire, and capitalist political economy. The workshop will feature input on student projects and general advice on conducting ethically informed and critically oriented research by anthropologist Kareem Rabie.