[iDiversity] Teaching Race and Gender Beyond Diversity Conference,
Univ of Oregon, May 6-8
Cynthia del Rosario
cyn at u.washington.edu
Mon Feb 1 12:41:09 PST 2010
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Teaching Race and Gender Beyond Diversity Conference
University of Oregon,
May 6-8, 2010
We invite you to join us at the University of Oregon for Teaching Race
and Gender Beyond Diversity on May 6-8, 2010.
Conference registration is now open.
Please visit our conference website at
information and conference registration, including a full description
of all workshops.
The conference, co-sponsored by the Department of Ethnic Studies and
the Department of Women's and Gender Studies, will draw scholars from
across the country with shared interests in innovative approaches to
teaching and learning about race and gender in college and university
The conference will include a series of collaborative workshops rooted
in teaching race and gender within intersectional and
interdisciplinary frameworks. The interactive workshops will provide a
setting for instructors at all levels and backgrounds to share
innovative syllabi, frameworks, and exercises covering a range of
There is no fee to attend the conference but advanced registration via
the web is
required to participate in workshops.
The conference will also include a public plenary and discussion on
Friday, May 7 at noon addressing the contributions and limitations of
institutional policies emphasizing diversity and multiculturalism, and
the challenges facing campus leaders committed to centering issues of
race and gender at all levels of academic instruction.
*Rusty Barcelo, Vice President and Vice Provost for Equity and
Diversity at the University of Minnesota
*Ines Hernandez-Avila, Professor of Native American Studies and
Director, Chicana/Latina Research Center, UC Davis
*Angela B. Ginorio, Associate Professor, Women Studies, University of
Washington and Director of Rural Girls in Science Program, University
For more information on the conference, contact:
Daniel HoSang, Assistant Professor of Ethnic Studies and Political
Science, University of Oregon.
dhosang at uoregon.edu
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