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Community Conversations: The Unbearable Whiteness of Being: A Forum on Critical Race Theory

 

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Moderator:
*Dr. Scott Pratt, Associate Professor & Chair, Department of Philosophy; Acting Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Oregon.
Panelists:
*Dr. Timothy McMahon, Interim Development Specialist, Center on Diversity and Community (CoDaC) and Faculty Development Consultant, Teaching Effectiveness Program, Academic Learning Services, University of Oregon.

*Honorable Cynthia Carlson, Circuit Court Judge, 2nd Judicial District, State of
Oregon.

*Dr. Priscilla Ovalle, Acting Assistant Professor, Department of English.

*Dr. Jerry Rosiek, Associate Professor, Teaching and Learning, Department of
Teacher Education, College of Education, University of Oregon.

*A.J. Peper, ABD. College of Education. Graduate Teaching Fellow, Office of
Institutional Equity & Diversity.

This panel covers more about “Whiteness Studies” and concept of race, ethnicity and gender as cultural constructions. For example, students have asked how this concept of race has illuminated and/or complicated our understanding of identity, privilege, power and place.

Community Conversations is an academic program that is one of the Living Learning Initiatives of University Housing in partnership with the Clark Honors College, the Oregon Humanities Center, and Undergraduate Studies. The goal of Community Conversations is to stimulate intellectual curiosity, critical thinking, contrarian debate, and articulate discourse among the 3,300+ residential students at the University of Oregon.


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