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Teach-in on Charlottesville

Watson Theater of the Menschel Media Center (316 Waverly Ave.)

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Join members of the Syracuse University community for discussion about, and reflections on, Charlottesville. Addressing historical and contemporary contexts and drawing from personal and academic insights, a panel of faculty come together for this teach-in to listen, learn, and jump-start important dialogues about resistance and forging solidarities within and across our communities, in the classroom and beyond.

Panelists:
Zachary Braiterman (Religion)
Kathleen Feyh (Communication & Rhetorical Studies)
Biko Gray (Religion)
Margaret Thompson (History / Political Science)
Meina Yates-Richard (English)

Moderator:
Amy Lutz (Sociology)

For more information, please contact Rob Enslin at rmenslin@syr.edu.

The teach-in is supported by AAS (A&S); the Department of Cultural Foundations of Education in the School of Education; the Department of History (Maxwell); the Jewish Studies Program (A&S); the Department of Sociology (Maxwell); the Syracuse University Humanities Center (A&S) and the Department of Writing Studies, Rhetoric and Composition (A&S).


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