|When:||Thursday, February 28, 2013|
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
|Where:||627 Dartmouth Place, Menges Library
Evanston, IL 60208 map it
(847) 491-4586 |
|Group:||University Teaching Roundtable|
Led by Charles Deering McCormick University Distinguished Lecturer winner Jinah Kim, Department of Asian American Studies
What does "post-racial" mean and what is its impact on higher education? The election of Barack Obama was widely hailed as the beginning of a "post-racial" America, a country where race no longer matters and where racism no longer exists. What are the challenges of teaching and discussing race in this time of "colorblindness?" Are students more or less comfortable confronting these issues now in an allegedly post-racial America? In order to teach students to be effective leaders must we help them understand the role that racism plays in the problems facing society?
Feel free to bring your lunch; light refreshments will be provided.
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