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2017 SPEAKING SCHEDULE



The Race and Rights Reading Group, University of Nottingham

(Nottinghamshire, England)

July, 2017







Annual Meetings of (1) The American Sociological Association, (2) The Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction, and (3) The Society for the Study of Social Problems

(Montreal, Quebec, Canada)

August, 2017



Annual Meetings of the Association for Humanist Sociology

Havana, Cuba

(November 2017)





TBA:

Davidson University

CUNY-Baruch College

University of California--Irvine

College of the Holy Cross



2018 SPEAKING SCHEDULE



Annual Meetings of the Eastern Sociological Society
(
Baltimore, MD)
February 2018





Department of Sociology,

Trinity College-Dublin

(Dublin, Ireland)

March 2018







Institute for Advanced Study,

Warwick University

(Coventry, England)

March-May 2018






TBA:

Birmingham City University (Birmingham, England)

Canterbury Christ Church University (Canterbury, England)

Birkbeck College--University of London (London, England)

Open University (Milton Keynes, England)

University of Bristol (Bristol, England)

Goldsmiths College--University of London (London, England)

University of the West of Scotland (Paisley, Scotland)

 

LECTURES, TALKS, & WORKSHOPS


I give an array of lectures, talks, and workshops related to issues of diversity, inequality, and racism.  These services--which I construct based on digestible insights from the latest findings in social science--are geared for the needs and size of my audience.  I have delivered invited talks for institutions over the U.S. and globe, some of which include: Duke University, Emory University, Harvard University, Indiana University, University of Michigan, Linkopings Universitet (Linkoping, Sweden), Princeton University, Stanford University, Universiteit Van Die Vrystaat (Bloemfontein, South Africa), and Yale University

“...what is most important to me must be spoken, made verbal, and shared, even at the risk of having it bruised or misunderstood.”


- Audre Lorde (The Black Unicorn, 1978)