W.E.B.DU BOIS AND THE CONCEPT OF RACE
Department: Humanities CommonsDate and Time: October 25, 2017 | 2:00 PM-5:00 PM
Event Location: Humanities Gateway 1341
STAR PEDAGOGY SERIES
Invites you to a workshop session with
PROFESSOR NAHUM CHANDLER
The Workshop on Science, Technology, and Race (STAR), is a Program of the UC Consortium for Black Studies in California, at UC Irvine, with support from the Humanities Commons of the Office of the Dean, School of Humanities – at UC Irvine
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Professor Chandler will lead the joint seminar in discussing W. E. B. Du Bois’s engagement of the concept of race, with reference to a global or world-wide horizon, of both the turn to the 20th century and of modern historicity as a whole. This workshop session is presented in conjunction with two seminars being offered for the Autumn 2017 term: “Science, Gender, Empire and Race” within the Department of History and “The Concept of Race” within the Department of African American Studies.