LISTEN NOW // Season 2 of New Dawn Podcast

The New Dawn podcast is an initiative of the Race and Capitalism project. This project is co-led by CSRPC Faculty Director and Professor of Political Science Michael C. Dawson and Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Washington Megan Ming Francis. 

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Welcoming Our 2017-18 Artists-in-Residence!

Join us in welcoming Victoria Martinez, Arif Smith, and Brittney Leeanne Williams as our 2017-18 Artists-in-Residence in partnership with Arts + Public Life.

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Consider making a donation to the CSRPC as we continue to celebrate twenty years of promoting engaged scholarship and debate around the topics of race and ethnicity. 

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Sep 22 | Chicago Tribune feature on CSRPC Affiliate Eve Ewing

"Chicago renaissance woman Eve Ewing is a poet, sociologist, closet 'Star Wars' fan and local Twitter celebrity."  Read the full profile here

Aug 20 | Confederate Statues Were Built To Further A ‘White Supremacist Future’

CSRPC Faculty Affiliate Jane Dailey says monuments attempted to define meaning of Civil War.  Read more in this NPR Politics article >>

Aug 8 | Workshops imagine future for urban design at UChicago

The University of Chicago recently hosted workshops on urban design and architecture, inviting researchers from a number of disciplines. They included Profs. Theaster Gates (CSRPC Faculty Affiliate) and Christine Mehring of the University of Chicago, Walter Hood of UC Berkeley, Dana Cuff of UCLA and Julia Czerniak from Syracuse University.  Read more here

Spr17 | Cinema scholar Jacqueline Stewart explores Chicago’s changing filmgoing scene

In this University of Chicago Magazine feature, CSRPC Faculty Affiliate Jacqueline Stewart and her Chicago Film Cultures Class look at how Chicagoans experienced the movies.  Read more here

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