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News and Events
Urban Studies Club is hosting a meeting with Congressman-elect Ritchie Torres of CD 15, the first gay Afro Latino elected to the US Congress, on Friday, November 20th at 5:30pm. To RSVP text @URSTCLUB to 81010
Please join faculty and graduate students for a virtual Graduate Information Session to explore the Master's Program in Data Analytics and Applied Social Research at Queens College. Wednesday, December 9 at 12:15 PM, On Zoom
New book by QC Anthropology Professor Juan Rodriguez Aponte:
Language and Revolutionary Magic in the Orinoco Delta. Bloomsbury Academic.
In case you missed our recent panel discussion with Drs. Dr. Fiona Vernal and Karren Dunkley on
“Bringing Fresh Perspectives to Diversity And Inclusion in Education” on Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 4:30 PM via watch the recording
New book by QC Professor of Sociology, Anna Maria Bounds:
"Bracing for the Apocalypse" Routledge Press.
Latin American and Latino Studies Program Lecture and Discussion, Prof. Carla Santamaria, Brooklyn College,
"The New Keys of History: Reggaeton as a Mirror of the Puerto Rican Socio-Political Context in the 21 Century."
The event will be on Monday Nov 23rd 12:15-1:15 pm. To register, click here
Dana Davis’ book Reproductive Injustice: Racism, Pregnancy and Premature Birth won the senior book prize given by the Association For Feminist Anthropology. It also won an honorable mention for the 2020 Victor Turner Prize in Ethnographic Writing, given by the Society for Humanistic Anthropology. And it was listed by NY Magazine as one of the top 7 books on anti-racism for 2020! This makes Reproductive Injustice one of the most award winning books of the year!
QC Major/Minor Fair We are inviting all students to join the QC Virtual Major/Minor fair: Nov 4th, 2020 • 12:15 to 1:30 pm to meet with academic advisors and learn about QC programs.
Professor Melissa Checker on Daily News: Will Biden’s plan backfire on low-income communities and people of color?
Professor Deidre Flowers selection for the eight cohort of A'Lelia Bundles Community Scholars program. During this time she will be conducting oral histories from students, faculty/staff, and parents associated with The Modern School its founder Mildred Louise Johnson.