The College of Arts & Sciences is presenting a Saturday Symposium Series on Racism beginning with Historical Perspectives on Racism: Anti-Chinese Racism on Saturday, October 3, from 2:00pm-3:30pm. This series is free and open to the public and can be viewed via Zoom webinar. Registration is required.
October 3's program offers historical and contemporary perspectives on the important and timely issue of anti-Chinese racism. Featured speakers include:
- Dael Norwood, History, "Anti-Chinese Racism's Rotten Roots: Slavery, Opium, and Empire"
- Jean Pfaelzer, English, "Driven Out: A History of Chinese Resistance and Resilience"
- Vimalin Rujivacharakul, Art History, "If These Objects Could Talk..."
- Yuanchong Wang, History, "Consuming the Imagined Chinas in the US"
The program will provide ample opportunity for questions and answers with the panel after the presentations.
To register for this program and the next program in the series (Historical Perspectives on Racism: Anti-Black Racism on October 17 at 2pm), please click here