2018 CRES Newsletter

Now in its fifth year, CRES is undergoing a vibrant boom as a program. We welcome seven new principal faculty members, and our major numbers more than doubled last year alone. Learn more!

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Graduate Research Spotlight

CRES DE in Literature Department, Talib Jabbar, describes how their work searches for a queer politics in the age of permanent war, a politics that dissents the normativizing logic of American-led imperial warfare. To read more, click here.

The Center for Racial Justice

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Established in 2019, the CRJ is a vital hub for campus-wide dialogue on race, decolonized worldviews, and racial justice. Click here to learn more and get involved!

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