Intersectionality in the American South

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Dear Department Chair: Book Launch Panel

Dear Department Chair: Book Launch Panel

Dear Department Chair: Book Launch Panel Friday, September 1 @ 12pm-1pm | Online Event registration required, Register Here Introducing “Dear Department Chair: Letters from Black Women Leaders to the Next Generation”Dive into the empowering world of academia with Dr. Stephanie Evans’ latest masterpiece. Book & Order Information: About the Book“Dear Department Chair: Letters from…

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October: Indigenous Peoples Day (October 9)

Happy Indigenous Peoples’ Day! Today, we celebrate the resilience, heritage, and contributions of Indigenous communities around the world. Let’s honor their rich cultures and ongoing struggles for justice. #IndigenousPeoplesDay#Resilience#Heritage Indigenous Peoples’ Day is a holiday in the United States that celebrates and honors indigenous American peoples and commemorates their histories and cultures. It is celebrated…

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Pedagogy Workshop

IAS Pedagogy Workshop “Pedagogical Uses of Intersectionality” (June 25-30)

Developed and facilitated by Prof. Tanya Washington, in the GSU CoLaw and IAS Graduate Research Assistant, Xavier Lynum, now MA CoA ‘23. Professor Tanya Washington Hicks headed the program, along with a diverse group of five (5) professors (for a total of six facilitators) from different disciplines. The workshop consisted of 9 teams of faculty…

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IAS Summer Institute (June 21-24)

The GSU IAS Collective hosted the 6 institutions collective for a 3 day institute to reflect on their first full year of the Mellon Intersectionality Grant, and to share ideas and plans for the forthcoming year. The 6 institutions collective includes GSU, Univ of Virginia, NYU, Univ of Ill-Urbana, Uiv of Utah, and Univ Southern…

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Archives and the Journey to Finding Francis – June 3, 2023

EWest Invited Speaker. “Archives and the Journey to Finding Francis” Georgia Archives and Georgia Genealogical Society Annual Genealogy Picnic at Morrow, GA on June 3, 2023.

Slavery, History, and Intersectionality – June 20, 2023

EWest Invited Speaker. “Slavery, History, and Intersectionality.”   US Embassy Banjul Virtual Juneteenth Celebration is also on June 20, 2023. EWest’s talk focused on Black women’s experiences during enslavement and at the time of emancipation.

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“Voices of Grambling: Immersive VR Experience” Lecture Series – September 5, 2023

EWest Invited Speaker. Grambling University-NEH “Voices of Grambling: Immersive VR Experience” Lecture Series. “Story Mapping and Virtual Simulations: The Early Temne and Their Middle Passage Descendants.” The event happend on September 5, 2023

GSU Mellon Intersectionality Pedagogy Workshop

GSU Mellon Intersectionality Pedagogy Workshop is happening from June 20th – June 30th

GSU Mellon Intersectionality Institute

GSU Mellon Intersectionality Institute is happening from June 21st – June 24th

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