"What they learn could help steer the future of public health", this Knowable Magazine article quotes and highlights the work of sociology Assistant Professor Elizabeth Wrigley-Field and Professor Steven Ruggles.
Patricia Marroquin Norby, PhD graduate of the American Studies Department, is building trust and inclusive relationships with indigenous communities as the first indigenous curator of The Art Institute of Chicago.
Spring 2021 graduate Marin Kelly reflects on her time at the University of Minnesota as an undergraduate in the Department of Geography, Environment & Society and looks forward to what the future holds.
Anthropology doctoral student Caroline Doenmez focuses on the role of indigenous birth workers in keeping families together. She is CLA’s inaugural RIGS (Race, Indigeneity, Gender, and Sexuality Studies) Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellow.
Spring 2021 graduate Bridget Brown reflects on her time at the University of Minnesota as an undergraduate in the Department of German, Nordic, Slavic & Dutch and looks forward to what the future holds.
Assistant Professor Chotsani Elaine Dean explores the power art holds in storytelling. Her work with quilts delves into the stories of slavery in American past. Discover how her ceramic quilts correspond to the cotton quilts of the past.
University of Minnesota College of Liberal Arts Assistant Professor of Chicano & Latino Studies Jessica Lopez Lyman discusses the connection of social justice with a “radical imagination” as a profound, responsive pathway toward equity, diversity, and inclusiveness in our communities.