Graduate Workshop - "Frameworks for Race Work: Worldmaking as Anti/Racist Rhetoric"

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February 17, 2020
9:00AM - 10:30AM
Location
311 Denney Hall

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Add to Calendar 2020-02-17 09:00:00 2020-02-17 10:30:00 Graduate Workshop - "Frameworks for Race Work: Worldmaking as Anti/Racist Rhetoric"

Frameworks for Race Work: Worldmaking as Anti/Racist Rhetoric will be led by Louis Maraj (Assistant Professor of English, University of Pittsburgh) and Pritha Prasad (Assistant Professor of English, University of Kansas).  

Please click here to register for the workshop.  English PhD students who wish to get credit to fulfill their workshop requirements should register and indicate that they are taking it for credit.  

This event is sponsored by a Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme Mobile Methods Grant and the Department of English's Diversity & Inclusion Committee, and the Rhetoric, Composition and Literacy Program.

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Frameworks for Race Work: Worldmaking as Anti/Racist Rhetoric will be led by Louis Maraj (Assistant Professor of English, University of Pittsburgh) and Pritha Prasad (Assistant Professor of English, University of Kansas).  

Please click here to register for the workshop.  English PhD students who wish to get credit to fulfill their workshop requirements should register and indicate that they are taking it for credit.  

This event is sponsored by a Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme Mobile Methods Grant and the Department of English's Diversity & Inclusion Committee, and the Rhetoric, Composition and Literacy Program.

Event poster (for sharing)