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 […]
September 13, 2022
A Panel and Open Conversation on HSIs
The number of colleges and universities that are eligible to qualify as an HSI has rapidly increased over recent years. Our panel of scholars will openly interrogate the Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) designation and its impact on the higher education landscape.
September 7, 2022
Nobody’s Pilgrims and Nepantla Familias: Sergio Troncoso on Writing About the Borderlands and Beyond
The Race and Ethnic Studies Institute (RESI) invites you to attend our upcoming book talk on Tuesday, September 13th at 12PM CDT in LAAH 453, featuring renowned author Sergio Troncoso. Mr. Troncoso is the son of Mexican immigrants and is an El Paso, Texas native.
February 10, 2021
Too Black for the Blues …Too Blue for the Blacks
An Exploration of Black Police Officers in the Era of Black Lives Matter Dr. Preito-Hodge analyzes Black Police Officers in a Northeastern Police Department, introducing her original theoretical framework, The Black and Blue Typology (BBT), which accounts for officers' role orientations as well other factors that may influence Black officer representation in Black communities.