The Issues of Diversity series kicked off its 2014 season
with a panel on March 11. The three presenters—Alison Downie of
Religious Studies, Tarah Dunn of the MA-TESOL program, and English major Jason
Kish—presented work related to themes of race, racism, and religion. A lively question-and-answer session
followed the presentations.
The next panel, entitled “Diverse Collaborators and the Experience
of Editing an Anthology,” will be held on Tuesday, March 25. The full schedule
for Issues of Diversity is available on the Frederick Douglass Institute website. All are welcome to bring a lunch and
participate in the conversations.
All Issues of Diversity sessions take place from 11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m. in 210
Stabley, Stapleton Library.
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