The position includes private workshops and public lectures.
The Strange Career of William Ellis first came out in 2016 and won the Ray Allen Billington Prize and the Phillis Wheatley Book Award.
Frances Negrón-Muntaner’s project wrapped up its East Harlem run on September 30.
Environmental Justice, Belief Systems, and Aesthetic Experiences in Latin America and the Caribbean working group co-directors discuss major themes around Latin American history, culture, and politics.
Co-director of the Women's Heart Disease Awareness working group appears on TV.
The app is the brainchild of the Women's Heart Disease Awareness working group.
Menstrual Health working group fellow appears on Equal Times.
The project will be on view at El Museo del Barrio from September 21 to 30, 2019.
The first event of the series, on ‘Race, Caste, and American Pragmatism’, is to take place on October 17.
The Provost’s Interdisciplinary Teaching Award will go toward developing a course on “Menstruation, Gender, and Rights: Interdisciplinary Approaches.”
CSSD Executive Committee member appears on The Takeaway, CNN en Español, and Dissent Magazine.
Menstrual Health and Gender Justice working group fellow discusses workplace menopause policies.
Queer Theory working group fellow’s book Trans Kids: Being Gendered in the Twenty-First Century up for prestigious honor.
Unpayable Debt co-director addresses the recent historic protests in Puerto Rico.
Frances Negron-Muntaner discusses the recent protests in Puerto Rico in conjunction with her Valor y Cambio project.
The work of CSSD fellow Ayse Gul Altinay, among others, is highlighted.