113 Delta Epsilon Ct., Clemson, SC 29634, USA

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“RACE, MEMORY, & THE PRESENT”
THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 5pm: PLENARY
FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 9am-2pm: SYMPOSIUM & SEMINAR


With the support of a CAAH Arts and Humanities Council grant, the Clemson Colloquium for Race and Ethnicity (CCRE) will host a First Annual Conference:Plenary, April 10, 5-7 pm; Symposium, April 11, 9-12; Seminar, April 11, 12:30-2

CCRE was established to address a newly apparent racism, a more subtle racism largely unspoken, often denied. While explicit racism is largely gone from our public spaces, at large and still very much present is a more surreptitious form of racism that results in continuing inequalities in wealth, health, and educational opportunity. CCRE is a forum for reshaping perspectives on race and ethnicity and for acknowledging and countering discrimination and intolerance.

FEATURED SPEAKERS:
LISA WOOLFORK, Associate Professor, Dept. of English, UVA
LISA A. GUERRERO, Associate Professor, Dept. of Critical Culture, Gender & Race Studies, Washington State

CALL FOR PAPERS
***PANELS BEING FORMED***
We invite perspectives from all departments across campus on the subjects of race & ethnicity as they emerge in your scholarship.

Schedule: 8:30 Breakfast

12 Noon Lunch

9-12: Panels

12:30-2: Seminar

Abstracts for papers may be sent to one conference organizer by Friday, March 14:
Cameron Bushnell (cbushne@clemson.edu); Kimberly Manganelli (kmangan@clemson.edu);
Angela Naimou (anaimou@clemson.edu), Erin Goss (egos@clemson.edu).

***Additional Special Event***
Dr. Miranda Kaufmann, Historian & Journalist
Historicizing Race in Elizabethan England
BROWN BAG LUNCH, April 10 at 12 Noon

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