Center for Race & Gender
~ publications ~
The Center for Race & Gender organizes local and national intellectual gatherings that have generated new and exciting publications on race, gender, nation, and sexuality. Here is a list of publications spotlighting critical research catalyzed by CRG conferences and symposia.
Indigeneity: Collected Essays (2012)
Guillermo Delgado-P and John Brown Childs, editors
Collection generated from the 2004 international conference, "Beyond Race and Citizenship: Indigeneity in the 21st Century."
Michael Jackson in/as U.S. Popular Culture (2010)
Tamara Roberts and Brandi Wilkins Catanese, editors
Special Issue of the Journal of Popular Music Studies
Collection generated from the 2009 symposium, "Michael Jackson: Critical Reflection on a Life & A Phenomenon."
Shades of Difference: Why Skin Color Matters (2009)
Evelyn Nakano Glenn, editor
Collection generated from the 2005 conference, "Hierarchies of Color."