Congratulations to our 2016 CRES graduates!
Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies Graduating Majors 2016
"Mother Daughter Intimacy, Trauma Narratives, and White Fragility: A case study and archive of some attempts at repair"
"Echte Kanax (Real Kanax): Shifting the Ethnicity and Criminality of the Ambivalently Performed Kanak Identity in Current German Gangsta Rap"
"Never Again? Early Warning Signs of the Darfurian Genocide"
"Black in the Digital Age: Examining Stereotypes of Black Women on Essence.com"
""'A Palace for the People': Claiming Space through Expressive Culture in Chicago's South Shore Neighborhood"
"The Danger of Diversity: An Ethnographic Approach to Understanding Race and Class Privilege in Elite Institutions"
"Captured Constituency: How Electoral Capture Further Marginalizes African Americans"
"Chinese Exclusion and Japanese Exclusion Laws: Effects on Perceptions of the U.S. and U.S. Foreign Relations"
Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies Graduating Minors 2016
Shubhra Murarka, English