Dr. Simone Delerme and Dr. Catarina Passidomo along with Department of Sociology and Anthropology professors, Dr. J.T. Thomas (sociology) and Dr. Marcos Mendoza (anthropology) are planning the third annual Faculty and Graduate Student Forum on Race and Ethnicity. This year the forum will be Monday, Feb. 26 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Like last year, the goal is to have graduate students and faculty that do research about race and ethnicity (broadly defined) in the U.S. and abroad come together informally to learn about one another’s research projects and engage in discussion. Documentary shorts that explore race and ethnicity are welcome.
Join the Coalition for the Study of Race & Racism (CSRR) for the 3rd Annual Faculty and Graduate Student Forum on Race & Ethnicity
Date: Monday, Feb. 26, 2024, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., The Inn at Ole Miss
The CSRR invites University of Mississippi faculty as well as graduate students to take part in a cross-disciplinary conversation about research and other projects related to the study of race and ethnicity, broadly stated, in the United States and abroad. Faculty and students from all levels of study and from all campuses and schools at the University of Mississippi are welcome.
Participants will join a panel and give a 7-10 minute presentation of their work.
Formal papers and PowerPoints are not necessary for participation! We especially encourage submissions highlighting research about health, migration, law, the environment, politics, inequalities, and identity.
SHARE your research and receive feedback on ideas connected to an article, dissertation proposal, chapter, documentary work or other projects in a casual and supportive environment. Each panel will be followed by informal, cross disciplinary dialogues exploring future directions.
Deadline for submissions: Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2024
Submissions shoud include:
- Your name, email address, department, and university affiliation (faculty/student)
- Title of your presentation
- 100-200 word description of your presentation
- Brief 1-2 line biography
- availability for panel 1, II, II, or IV
*The CSRRs mission is to provide a centralized home for scholars at the University of Mississippi and elsewhere whose research interests include describing, analyzing. understanding, and explaining the historical and contemporary significance of race and racism, in the United States and abroad.