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Racial Justice Protests and Social Change: Connecting Local Movements, Stories,...

This virtual workshop hosted by the Interdisciplinary Collaborative Workshop (ICW) will focus on the dynamics of protest in historical and comparative perspective, and the political, social, and cultural impact of protest, examining the conditions under which protests produce, or fail to produce, enduring institutional, cultural, and personal change. 
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Policing, Public Policy, and Racial Justice: Stories and Analysis from Minneapolis...

This virtual workshop hosted by the Interdisciplinary Collaborative Workshop (ICW) will explore the historical roots of our contemporary model of policing, racist policing practices and cultures, and various public policy proposals for transforming policing and ensuring racial justice. 
David Valentine

Leaving Earth Behind

Associate Professor David Valentine is a cultural and linguistic anthropologist who researches commercial space settlement movement. Valentine believes that studying outer space can help shed light on possible ways of approaching the current climate change crisis.
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Music in the Mountains

Professor Gloria Goodwin Raheja has worked in archives across Appalachia and conducted oral history interviews to explore the ways American vernacular music registered transformations in the social and economic landscapes of coal mining communities in the 1920s and 1930s.