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Embodiments of Memory: African American Remains & Representations

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"Race, Class and Gender in Southern Heritage Tourism: Coin Coin, Cammie, Chopin and Clementine at Melrose Plantation, Natchitoches, Louisiana," Prof. Stephen Small, African American Studies

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"A Brief History of Collecting, Researching, and Displaying African American Human Remains in the United States," Samuel J. Redman, History

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Wed, 09/22/2010 - 16:00 to 17:30

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691 Barrows Hall

***PLEASE NOTE THE DAY OF THIS FORUM IS ON A WEDNESDAY!***

EMBODIMENTS OF MEMORY: AFRICAN AMERICAN REMAINS & REPRESENTATIONS

Contact Zones: California Public Schools and Encounters Across Lines of Racialized Ethnicity, Gender, and Social Class

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"The Relatively Hidden, but Tectonic, Dynamics of Social Class in the Experiences of Elementary School Children in California," Prof. Barrie Thorne, Sociology

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"Negotiating "Otherness": Exploring the Contact Zone of University-Community Partnerships in an Urban Context," Emily Gleason, Education

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Thu, 11/05/2009 - 16:00 to 17:30

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691 Barrows Hall

CONTACT ZONES: CALIFORNIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND ENCOUNTERS ACROSS LINES OF RACIALIZED ETHNICITY, GENDER, AND SOCIAL CLASS

The Relatively Hidden, but Tectonic, Dynamics of Social Class in the Experiences of Elementary School Children in California
Prof. Barrie Thorne, Sociology, Gender & Women's Studies

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