CCSRE Events

April 13 | 3-4pm

Building 460, Room 426

Surveillance & Cities panel

Join us to discuss the impact of surveillance technology and community efforts to challenge these systems.

Open to the public


Faculty Seminar Series

April 20 | 12-1:30pm

Building 360, Conference Room

Wesley Leonard, University of California Riverside, 'On Native American Language Reclamation'


Our newsletter will return to its regularly scheduled cycle at the beginning of April. In the meantime, please save these dates for the exciting Center events we have in store for the Spring Quarter!

SAVE THE DATES - Spring Quarter Events

April 27 @ Noon

Faculty Seminar Series featuring Fatoumata Seck in conversation with Usha Iyer

May 18 @ Noon

Faculty Seminar Series, IDEAL Fellows showcase: Yuhe Faye Wang, Adam Simpson, and Hector Callejas

May 25 @ 4pm

Faculty Research Fellows Chautauqua featuring Michael Hines

June 1 @ TBD

CCSRE Honors Presentations

June 18 @ 2pm

CCSRE Commencement

Around Stanford

March 16 | 12-1:30pm

Hybrid - Pigott Hall, Room 252

Keep the Bones Alive: Missing People and the Search for Life in Brazil

Ethnographer Graham Denyer Willis discusses the phenomenon of missing people and mass graves in São Paulo, Brazil.

March 17 | 3-4:30pm

Hybrid - Building 50, Room 51-A

The Prison Consensus in a Global Perspective

Scholar Graham Denyer Williams discusses the adaptability of the carceral state in Brazil since 1980.

More information...

April 4 | 4-6pm

Hybrid - Lane History Corner, Room 307

Catherine Hall | Making White and Black: Edward Long, slave-owner and historian of Jamaica

Emerita Professor of History Catherine Hall discusses how a slave-owner and historian of Jamaica engaged in the making of White and Black.

More information...

April 27 | 5:30-7pm

Memorial Church

30th Annual St. Clair Drake Memorial Lecture

Robin D.G. Kelley | "Black Studies Against Facism: Then and Now"

Hosted by the African and African American Studies Program

More information...


‘Speaking for an Other’: Pulitzer Prize-winner Viet Thanh Nguyen discusses reckoning with refugee storytelling


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