January 31, 2023
Historicizing Black Women’s Intellectual Traditions in Cuba
The Race and Ethnic Studies Institute (RESI) invites you to attend our upcoming colloquia on Wednesday, February 8 at 12 PM CDT in Rudder Tower 707, featuring Dr. Takkara Brunson. Associate Professor of History at Texas A&M University. Brunson’s research focuses on the political and cultural traditions of the African Diaspora, with emphasis on how […]
January 20, 2023
The Race and Ethnic Studies Institute (RESI) invites you to attend our upcoming colloquia on Thursday, February 23 at 2 PM CDT, featuring Dr. Rinaldo Walcott, Carl V. Granger Chair in African American Studies, from the University of Buffalo (SUNY). Dr. Walcott’s teaching and research are in the area of Black diaspora cultural studies and […]
September 20, 2022
Racialized Geographies: Structural Violence at the U.S – Mexico Border
Racialized Geographies: Structural Violence at the U.S – Mexico Border The Race and Ethnic Studies Institute (RESI) invites you to attend our upcoming colloquia on Tuesday, September 27 at 12PM CDT in Rudder Tower 501, featuring Dr. Maria Cristina Morales from the University of Texas at El Paso. Dr. Morales will unpack how the U.S.-Mexico […]
April 14, 2022
Asian American Communities in Transformation: Changing Demographics and Racial Politics
Tuesday, April 19th at 12 PM CDT. Dr. Janelle Wong, professor in the Asian American Studies Program at the University of Maryland, will virtually reflect on the historical origins of the Asian-Pacific Islander population.
April 6, 2022
Incarceration and the Production of Vulnerability: Heat and COVID19 in Texas Prisons
You're invited to join our upcoming Colloquia on Tuesday April 12th at 4pm CDT, with Dr. Purdum of the School of Public Health, and Dr. Dixon, of the Hazard Reduction and Recovery Center, as they present their research on the extreme conditions of Texas prisons.
February 8, 2022
Counting Frequency: Un/gendering Violence Against Black Women
The Race and Ethnic Studies Institute (RESI), in partnership with the Women’s and Gender Studies Program, the Africana Studies Program, Department of Anthropology and Department of Sociology, invites you to attend our upcoming virtual Colloquia on Wednesday, February 23 from 4:00-5:30 PM CST. This program will feature Dr. Christen Smith, Associate Professor of African and African Diaspora Studies at the University of Texas at Austin.
February 7, 2022
The Significance for Understanding and Recognizing Racial Battle Fatigue
The Race and Ethnic Studies Institute (RESI), invites you to attend our upcoming Colloquia on Tuesday, February 22 at 12:00 PM CST. Dr. William Smith, Chair of the Department of Education, Culture and Society at the University of Utah, will be delivering his presentation designed to provide evidence for evaluating more effectively and holistically how our society functions differently for racialized people.
The Other Side of the Strong Black Women: Individual, Cultural and Systemic Factors Associated with Risk for Mental Illness and Linkage to Treatment
The Race and Ethnic Studies Institute (RESI), invites you to attend our upcoming Colloquia on Thursday, February 17th at 12 PM CST. Dr. Inger Burnett-Ziegler, Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Northwestern University, will be presenting her research examining the characteristics of the cultural icon the ‘Strong Black Woman’.
January 14, 2022
Racial Dimensions of US Post-9/11 Counterterrorism and the Conflict in Burkina Faso
The Race and Ethnic Studies Institute (RESI), invites you to attend our upcoming virtual Colloquium on Tuesday, January 25 at 12PM CST. Dr. Stephanie Savell, co-director of the Cost of War Project at Brown University’s Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, will be presenting the current conflict in Burkina Faso and the US role in it.
October 19, 2021
Adaptive Liminality: Land Stewardship
A growing body of scholarship advances the validity of vernacular African American placemaking and architecture as a by-product of protest, cultural expression, and international design. Dr. Robers shares lessons from recorded practices among members of the freedom colony diaspora.