Genealogies of Critical Ethnic Studies: Activism & Institutions
IMPORTANT EVENTS UPDATE
Until further notice, the campus and ecological preserve are closed to non-essential visitors. The Poughkeepsie Farm Project, Community Gardens, and Vassar Golf Course will remain open as usual, but cordoned off from the rest of the campus. In addition, the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center will be open to the public on weekends, with access from an entrance on Raymond Avenue, just off campus.
See the College’s Spring 2021 COVID-19 Plan
Sunday, April 25, 2021Time
Main Building Virtual Room 1
VASAM & EPI are excited to present the upcoming virtual conference, Genealogies of Critical Ethnic Studies: Activism and Institutions. Critical Ethnic Studies is a transnational and transdisciplinary academic movement that examines the intersections of race, ethnicity, indigeneity, and societal power, while preserving the activist spirit that led to its legitimization as an academic pursuit.
Join us this April to discuss what it means to engage CES and explore its future possibilities at Vassar - through panels, roundtables, creative sessions, and action-oriented workshops.
Confirm your interest at http://bit/ly/CESatVC
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