Date
November 6, 2020

Location

Online event registration here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/understanding-systemic-racism-with-nico-slate-tickets-123382651833


Time
12:30 pm – 2:00 pm

Event Organizer

Lydia H. Liu, Director of ICLS and Anupama Rao, Associate Director of ICLS


Event Sponsor

The Institute for Comparative Literature and Society
The Ambedkar Initiative at ICLS


Event Co-Sponsor(s)

The Ambedkar Initiative at ICLS is supported by
Office of EVP of Arts and Sciences
Barnard Provost’s Office
Office of the Deans of Humanities and Social Sciences
Institute for Research in African-American Studies
African American and African Diaspora Studies Department
Institute for Religion, Culture and Public Life
Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African Studies Department
Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race
CU Libraries and CU Press


The Institute for Comparative Literature and Society at Columbia University presents in conjunction with our Ambedkar Initiative

Understanding Systemic Racism: Race, Caste, and Democracy

Nico Slate (Carnegie Mellon University)
response by Sonali Perera (Hunter College)
moderated by Anupama Rao, ICLS Associate Director

Register for this event here

About the Series:

The Institute for Comparative Literature and Society is committed to the goal of social justice through education and critical scholarship. To address the urgent need to combat racism in our times, we introduce a new 2020-2021 conversation/lecture series called “Understanding Systemic Racism” to reflect on the roots of racial discrimination, class oppression, colonial injustice, and other institutionalized oppression and sanction for violence against Black people and peoples of color. We stress the importance of opening the U.S. centered conversations surrounding race and identity toward a broad and comparative reckoning with racism and its violent histories around the world. This exciting webinar series is programmed in conjunction with our Ambedkar Initiative that links Columbia University with the anti-caste legacy of B. R. Ambedkar to reflect on his continued relevance to discussions about social justice, affirmative action, and democratic thinking in a global frame.

 The Heyman Center for the Humanities, Room B-101
74 Morningside Drive
New York, NY, 10027
  (212) 854-4541
  (212) 854-3099