RASHAD SHABAZZ

“Our Prison”: Kitchenettes, Carceral Power and Black Masculinity During the Interwar Years Thursday October 8, 2015  | Sidney Smith Hall, Room 1083 | 3:30-5pm This talk examines kitchenettes—small cramped housing Black migrants on Chicago’s South Side were forced to live in. Drawing on the work of writer Richard Wright, this talk delineates the entrance of carceral […]

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Dr. Wanhong Yang

Integrated economic-hydrologic modelling for supporting conservation investments on agricultural landscapes JANUARY 9, 2015 3-5pm in SS 2125 Growing concerns about the adverse environmental effects of agriculture have led to the establishment of various public, private and partnership programs for implementing landscape conservation practices. These programs call for science-based answers to these two critical policy and […]

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