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|Talk: Does the US. Supreme Court (Attempt to) Protect Racial Minorities? ||Talk: Does the US. Supreme Court (Attempt to) Protect Racial Minorities? ||Alison Hall Room 131||Alexander Hamilton defended lifetime tenure for the Supreme Court with the argument that it would enable the justices to “prevent oppressions of the minor party,” and Hamilton himself, active in the anti-slavery movement, was conscious of race-based oppression. In fact, over the centuries, did the Court act to protect Native Americans, African-Americans, Asian-Americans, or Hispanic-Americans?" Professor Emerita Leslie Goldstein will report the findings from her recent book on this subject (The U.S. Supreme Court and Racial Minorities. Elgar, 2017). If anyone would like to bring a copy of Professor Goldstein’s book to her talk, she will autograph it afterward.
This talk is sponsored by the Legal Studies Program. It is free and open to students and the public.||9/26/2018 4:30:00 PM||9/26/2018 5:30:00 PM||False|
|Research Colloquium||Research Colloquium||Alison Hall Room 131||Ted Davis, "Politics, Race and America’s Enduring Dilemma How the Politics of Public Education Maintains Racial Disparities."||10/3/2018 4:30:00 PM||10/3/2018 5:30:00 PM||False|
|Dr. Kara Ellerby ||Dr. Kara Ellerby ||228 Alison Hall||Dr. Kara Ellerby "No Shortcut to Change An Unlikely Path to a More Gender Equitable World"
21st Century Feminisms
Issues in Global Studies (ARSC 300)
Fall 2018 LectureSeries||10/15/2018 4:30:00 PM||10/15/2018 5:20:00 PM||False|
|Research Colloquium||Research Colloquium||time and room tba||Gregory Herschlag "Quantifying Gerrymandering Separating Natural Bias from Partisan Bias in Redistricting"
||10/24/2018 4:00:00 PM||10/24/2018 5:00:00 PM||False|
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