CHSS Spring Symposium
In a dialogue across disciplines, panelists consider how transnational and historical white supremacy and anti-blackness have helped to shape current forms of racism and violence, while setting the cultural and political terms for black liberation globally.Details »
Meet three past winners of the Institute for Immigration Research New American Voices Award, who will share how they draw from their own experiences to tell beautiful, complex stories about immigrants' lives in the US.Details »
Poet Kerri Webster continues the spring visiting writers series.Details »
A panel discussion featuring scholars from modern and classical languages, writing studies, and industrial and organizational psychology sharing work about the intersections of racial and linguistic discrimination, particularly as these types of discrimination occur in educational and workplace contexts.Details »
Did you love Choose Your Own Adventure books as a kid? Then log in and learn how to make an online text adventure story with Alex Boyd, who teaches interactive fiction at the University of Central Florida. Audience members will help Alex re-imagine a classic tale by creating forks in the road, surprises, and alternate endings using Twine, a free online program for telling interactive, nonlinear stories. No coding experience is necessary to participate, and you can build the story at home along with Alex!Details »
w/ Rashmi Sadana, Associate Professor of Sociology and Anthropology, and Hatim El-Hibri, Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies.
Join the Cultural Studies Colloquium for an afternoon of thought provoking discussion from two of out best. We welcome Rashmi Sadana, Associate Professor of Sociology and Anthropology, and Hatim El-Hibri, Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies.Details »