The RACE WORKSHOP is an intellectual community of scholars interested in all facets of race scholarship. We meet weekly for a variety of events that include presentations by local and national figures, presentations by postdocs and graduate students, discussions of new books or relevant articles, discussions on the racial components of cultural artifacts such as movies, TV shows, or art, and discussions on how race matters in the academy. Please consult our "events" section for a more detailed listing of events this semester. This workshop is supported by the Sociology department, the African and African American Studies department, the College of Arts and Sciences, and SSRI. To sign up for the mailing list, click here.
- Eduardo Bonilla-Silva (Sociology)
- William Darity, Jr. (Public Policy, African and African American Studies, and Economics)
- Rebecca Bach (Sociology)
- Mary Hovsepian (Sociology)
- Linda Burton (Sociology)
Jan. 15 (Tue) at 4pm, Soc/Psych 329: Dr. Roberta Spalter-Roth, ASA Director of Research and Development, and Dr. Jean Shin, Director of ASA Minority Fellowship Program present their research on race, social networks, mentoring, and PhD trajectories
Due to scheduling conflicts, this presentation has been CANCELLED: Feb. 25 (Mon) at 12pm, Soc/Psych 329: Dr. S. Japhet, Professor and Director; Centre for the Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy in Bangalore, India
March 8 (Fri) at 1pm, Soc/Psych 329: Amanda Lewis, Emory University; talk title: "The 'New' Dynamics of 'Old' Inequality: School Racial Hierarchies in a 'Post-Racial' Age"
March 25 (Mon) at 12pm, Soc/Psych 329: Kaifa Roland, University of Colorado-Boulder; talk title: "Shades of Belonging in Cuban Tourism"
March 28 (Thur) at 1pm, Old Chem 101 - Liliana Angulo Cortés; talk title: "Devenir Negro, devenir minoritario. Deconstrucción de imaginarios de la marginalidad"
April 9 (Tue) at 12pm, Soc/Psych 331 - Tabitha Grier-Reed, Duke University; talk title: "The African American Student Network: Social Support, Therapy, and Education"
April 16 (Tue) at 12pm, Soc/Psych 331: Saun Juhi Verma, Duke University
April 23 (Tue) at 12pm, Soc/Psych 331: Nisha Kapoor, Duke University
Sept. 11 at 12pm, Soc/Psych 331: Meet and Greet Lunch - All are welcome to kick-off the new semester!
Sept. 20 (THURSDAY) at 5pm (SPECIAL TIME): Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut; talk title: "Mechanisms of Racisms: Reflections on Some Contemporary Processes"
Sept. 25 at 12pm: Yasmiyn Irizarry, Mississippi State, talk title: "How Multidimensional Measures of Race Can Advance Our Knowledge of Racial Disparities" and Matthew Hughey, Mississippi State, talk title: "White Bound: Nationalists, Antiracists, and the Share Meanings of Race"
October 23 at 1pm (Please NOTE time change): Karolyn Tyson, UNC-Chapel Hill, talk title: "On Becoming a Cultural Object: 'Acting White' and Academic Achievement after Brown"
October 30 at 12pm: J. Kameron Carter, Duke Divinity School, talk title: "Racial Governance as Political Theology"
November 6 at 12pm: Ashleigh Rosette – Duke Business School, talk title: "Failure is not an option for Black women: Effects of organizational performance on leaders with a single versus dual-subordinate identities"
November 27 at 12pm: Guy-Uriel Charles - Duke Law School, talk title: "We the (Colored) People"
December 4 at 12pm: Michael Emerson, Rice University, talk title: “Skin Goes Deep: Color and Worship in the U.S.”