Co-director of working group Bandung Humanisms, Lydia Liu, discusses contemporary Chinese artist Xu Bing’s exhibition “Thought and Method”
Columbia College student Arianna Scott reflects on a recent event held by CSSD working group Unpayable Debt.
Davia Temin, through her company, Temin and Company supports the #MeToo Movement through the creation of a database of documented perpetrators.
Read the full introduction to a panel that featured artists Ricardo Dominguez, Sama Alshaibi, Miya Masaoka, and Saidiya Hartman at CSSD’s What We CAN Do When There’s Nothing To Be Done conference.
The Women Creating Change program at the Center for the Study of Social Difference celebrated five momentous years on Thursday, September 27th at the Penn Club, NYC.
Mae Ngai co-authored a piece in The Washington Post on how a proposed policy by the Trump administration might affect impoverished immigration populations.
Mayte López, PhD student in Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Cultures at The Graduate Center, CUNY, writes a response to the tenth anniversary symposium of the Center for the Study of Social Difference (CSSD).
Co-director of CSSD working group Unpayable Debt questions terminology use in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
Participants and attendees gathered at the conclusion of CSSD’s anniversary symposium to send wishes to Anadolu Kültür Executive Board Chair and activist Osman Kavala.
Professor Bernard Harcourt joins over 2,400 law professors around the country opposing Kavanaugh’s confirmation.
Panelist from the fifth anniversary celebration of Women Creating Change at the Center for the Study of Social Difference publishes feature in advance of release of her book Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger.
At the close of What We CAN Do When There’s Nothing To Be Done on September 28, 2018, conference members released a statement and group photo.
The Center for the Study of Social Difference and the Institute for the Study of Human Rights sponsored the launch of a new CSSD working group: Menstrual Health and Gender Justice.