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April 10, 2013
Time:3-5 p.m.
Race, history & the present addressed in two talks
Dr. Simone Browne and Dr. Ben Carrington, both of the Department of Sociology, present talks on the theme of race. Contact event coordinators Amina Zarrugh ( or Christine Wheatley ( to receive advance copies of the papers.

Browne's talk is titled "Walking While Black: Notes on Surveillance Studies," a look at The Book of Negroes and modern surveillance. Carrington's talk is "Summer Flames, Summer Games," examining how sport both reinforces and challenges dominant ideologies around class, race, gender and nation.
Location:College of Liberal Arts Building (CLA) 1.302E
Contact:Amina Zarrugh
Sponsor:PHS (Power, History, and Society Network) and Race & Ethnicity Reading Group of the Department of Sociology
Admission:Free; light refreshments served
Categories:Arts & Humanities, Everyone, Lecture/talk, Panel, Research
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