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Wednesday, November 14Lincoln Park Welcome Center2400 N. Sheffield Ave.6:00-7:00 PMRegister here.
October 17, 20186:00PM-9:00PMDePaul Student Center2250 N Sheffield AveRoom 314AB
Brightness of Noon Film Trailer Register here.
Thursday, October 11th5:00PM-7:00PMLPC Student Center2250 N. Sheffield Ave.
October 3, 20185:30 PM – 7:00 PMDePaul Art Museum935 West Fullerton Avenue
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Thursday, May 10, 201805:00 PM-07:00 PMDePaul University - Lincoln Park Student Center2250 N Sheffield AveChicago, IL 60614
You’re invited to learn how DePaul University can help you achieve your personal and professional aspirations. Join us at our Graduate Open House and meet with faculty and staff from 10 of our graduate colleges and schools. You will receive an application fee waiver by attending.
Tuesday May 1, 20181:00-5:00 PM2250 N. Sheffield Ave120A/B
Critical Ethnic Studies MA student, Muriel Dorsey-Johnson will be presenting “When Time Runs Out: Love, Freedom, & Futures in Death” 7:15-8:15pm in room 316.
Thursday, April 12, 2018McGowan South 1081110 West Belden
ENDING DISPLACEMENT IN CHICAGO Tuesday, March 6th at 6-8pm Arts & Letters Room 103 2315 N. Kenmore Chicago, IL 60614
On Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017 we hosted a book reading and celebration! Professor Lisa B. Y. Calvente's brand new book has been released! Imprints of Revolution: Visual Representations of Resistance, for which Professor Calvente served as co-editor, was published in May 2016. Imprints of Revolution "explores the visual ways in which the concept of revolution is appropriated through public images across the globe using a diverse range of case studies."
On Wednesday, April 5th, 2017, we hosted Tadashi Nakamura, the director of Mele Murals. We conducted a film screening and talk back with Tadashi Nakamura. Mele Murals is a documentary on the transformative power of modern graffiti and ancient Hawaiian culture for a new generation of Native Hawaiians.
In the wake of the election and a rising tide of exclusionary and white supremacist politics, we take seriously very real threats to the undocumented, Muslims, LGBTQ people, and more broadly all women and people of color. On January 25th, 2017 the Critical Ethnic Studies hosted a panel of leaders and activists who represent and organize for those targeted for their race, sex, religion, sexuality, gender identity, ability, and documentation status.
Featured Panelists: Rachel Caidor, Love & Protect, formerly The Chicago Alliance to Free Marissa Alexander Emmanuel Garcia, Journalist and LGBTQ leader, Vives Q Sufyan Sohel, Esq., Deputy Director and Counsel, Council on American Islamic Relations Chicago Tania Unzueta, Policy Director for Mijente and organizer with Organized Communities Against Deportations Dr. Roderick Ferguson, UIC
On October 26th, 2016, Dr. Roderick Ferguson, Professor of African American Studies and Gender and Women's Studies at the University of Illinois, Chicago, delivered a lecture to the Critical Ethnic Studies Program. Watch a video of Dr. Ferguson's lecture.
On January 14th, 2016 Critical Ethnic Studies hosted director Betsy Kalin and screened her new film East LA Interchange. Documenting the impact of the interchange construction on the Boyle Heights neighborhood, a community of immigrants, the film explores the shifting face of the community in light of the construction.