Culture in Contemporary Life

ASA Section on Cultural Sociology presents Culture in Contemporary Life (CCL) Series 

Revisiting Cultural Methods to Address Racism

What theoretical perspectives can cultural sociology provide to address the current debates on race and racism? How to design research to unmask the systematicity of racism as well as the dynamics of creating change? In this online panel, four distinguished cultural sociologists will shed light on the pressing issues of race and racism in the academy and in the news. 

Speakers:

Ellen Berrey (University of Toronto)

Marcus A. Hunter (University of California, Los Angeles)

Mario L. Small (Harvard University)

Derron Wallace (Brandeis University)

Moderator

Yan Long (University of California, Berkeley)

Date:

Jan 27th, 2-3 pm ET

Zoom link: https://umich.zoom.us/j/93675437883


For questions or comments, please contact Yan Long (longyan@berkeley.edu)