Workshop Overview

The Contemporary Studies of Race & Ethnicity (CSRE) workshop's purpose is to provide a forum to disseminate knowledge and facilitate dialogue among graduate students, faculty, and visiting scholars working on or interested in research about contemporary studies related to race & ethnicity. Though the Sociology department hosts the workshop, we seek to bring scholars together across disciplines to explore topics such as ethno-racial hierarchies, racial attitudes, and intergroup relations, as well as the role of race in institutions, politics, and everyday life. The workshop will foster both a learning and collaborative space in which participants can circulate and garner feedback on works in progress, including dissertation chapters, proposals, journal article submissions, conference papers, and practice job talks.

Workshop Logistics

Faculty Sponsors

Graduate Student Coordinators  

Location and Schedule

  • William James Hall, Room 1550
  • Friday Bi-weekly from 12:00 – 2 p.m.
  • Lunch provided

Mailing List

Registrar Information

  • SOCIOL 321: Contemporary Studies of Race & Ethnicity Workshop

  • Cross-listed in Psychology and African & African American Studies

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