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Working While Black
Weidenbaum Center Grant Recipient Adia Wingfield interviewed for Slate podcast
Real estate and the hidden history of the U.S. AIDS epidemic
Residential segregation based on racial and economic inequality is a pre-existing condition that exacerbates any transmissible health threat – from tuberculosis to COVID-19 to AIDS. René Esparza, assistant professor in the Department of Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies, takes up the latter in a case study of the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul in his new book-in-progress, “From Vice to Nice: Race, Sex, and the Gentrification of AIDS.”
Bernstein and Kolk interviewed on KTRS Radio to discuss "Material World of Modern Segregation" chapter
Walke and Ward receive Feldman Family Education Institute grant for Studiolab course
Arts & Sciences graduate students selected for NSF research fellowships
Students selected for the National Science Foundation (NSF) five-year Graduate Research Fellowship Program will receive both research funding and professional development opportunities.
Acts of love and resistance
A conversation with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor
On April 5, 2022, the Honorable Sonia Sotomayor visited Washington University.
Mellon Mays program celebrates 30 years by welcoming a new class
Over the past 30 years, the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship program at Washington University has been a positive force for diversity in humanistic research.