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The Barbara & Michael Newmark Endowed Sociology Lecture: Dr. Marshall Ganz

You are cordially invited to join the Department of Sociology at Washington University in St. Louis for the third presentation of this recently established lecture series. This lectureship honors Barbara and Michael Newmark, alumni and longtime community leaders in St. Louis. The series supports visits to Washington University in St. Louis by scholars whose work engages with the concept of a pluralistic society where diverse religious, racial, and ethnic groups live and work together, and their differences enhance the community.
McMillan Cafe (McMillan Hall)

Walter Johnson: On Racial Capitalism (Redux)

Join the Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity & Equity (CRE2) for a lecture and discussion with Walter Johnson, author of The Broken Heart of America: St. Louis and the Violent History of the United States (2020) which was a finalist for both the Los Angeles Times prize for History and the National Circle Book Critics award for Nonfiction. Johnson is a founding member of the Commonwealth Project, which brings together academics, artists, and activists in an effort to imagine, foster, and support revolutionary social change, beginning in St. Louis. Reception to follow.

To Academia or Not to Academia?

Grad school = being a professor, right? Well... (in-person only)
DUC 333

Feathers and Facepaint: The Making of Redface in American Theatre

Bethany Hughes, Assistant Professor of American Culture, Native American Studies Program, University of Michigan

College of Arts & Sciences Recognition Ceremony

Francis Olympic Field