Welcome to CRRES!
The Center for Research on Race and Ethnicity in Society (CRRES) at Indiana University in Bloomington is an interdisciplinary, academic center. Its mission is to promote research on race and ethnicity, bring together scholars across interdisciplinary units for dialogue and collaboration, and train the next generation of scholars here on the IUB campus. We invite you to browse our website, attend our speaker series, and engage our faculty and students as they pursue their research agendas.
- Affiliate Ellen Wu’s (History) book The Color of Success (Princeton University Press, 2015) is quoted in a recent Washington Post article on the “model minority” stereotype. Wu is also interviewed about her work and the implications of stereotypes in the U.S. in the article.
- CRRES Postdoctoral Scholar Dorainne Levy’s (Psychological and Brain Sciences) research was heavily covered in recent media. Read about Dorainne’s work in The Atlantic’s article, “How the Stress of Racism Affects Learning,” The Nation’s “Racism Got You Stressed? That May be Holding Kids Back at School, Too,” and Fortune’s “Racism Explains the Academic Achievement Gap.”