Workshop on Race, Ethnicity, and Migration (WREM)
The Workshop on Race, Ethnicity, and Migration (WREM) is designed to provide a space for faculty, research associates, and advanced PhD candidates to share research on race, ethnicity, and/or migration (broadly defined). Research can be at any stage of completion (an extended abstract, finished manuscript, research presentation, think piece, etc.). Participants will circulate their research material with a descriptive memo several days before the workshop so that the other participants can provide targeted and constructive interdisciplinary feedback in time for the actual workshop.
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WREM meets one Tuesday each month, from 12:30-1:30pm (four times throughout the semester). Spring 2017 workshops meet in the College Arts & Humanities Institute (CAHI) seminar room.
Spring 2017 WREM Schedule
February 14: Aziza Khazzoom (Near Eastern Languages and Cultures)
March 21: Tamara Mitchell (Spanish and Portuguese)
April 11: Radhika Parameswaran and Roshni Verghese (Media School)
May 2: Adam Bledsoe (Geography)
Check back for updated information as the semester progresses.
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Previous WREM Presentations: 2016
February 4: Myrna Garcia (American Studies) and Bernard Fraga (Political Science)
February 18: Dionne Danns (School of Education)
March 3: Hye Young Kwon (Sociology)
March 24: Lauren Apgar (Sociology) and Sam Kye (Sociology)
April 7: Lessie Jo Frazier (American Studies & Gender Studies) and Kevin Taber (Political Science)
September 8: Terri Francis (Media School)
October13: Matthew Hayes (Political Science)
November 3: Jordan Lynton (Anthropology)
December 8: Ishan Ashutosh (Geography)