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Former ARC Fellow, Finex Ndhlovu, Publishes New Book called Language, Vernacular Discourse & Nationalisms: Uncovering the Myths of Transnational Worlds Read more
ARC Fellow, Elissa Bemporad, Publishes Co-Edited Volume called Women and Genocide: Survivors, Victims, Perpetrators with Joyce W. Warren Read more
ARC Fellow, Leketi Makalela, Publishes New Edited Volume called Shifting Lenses: Multilanguaging, Decolonisation and Education in the Global South Read more
Ava Chin, Associate Professor of creative nonfiction at the College of Staten Island-CUNY, awarded 2017-2018 NYPL Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers Fellowship. Read more
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Linda Tropp, Professor of Social Psychology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, was Awarded 2017-2018 Russell Sage Foundation Fellowship. Read more
"A year-long fellowship at the Advanced Research Collaborative at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York made possible research for this book..." Read more
Jonathan Senchyne, Professor of Book History and Print Culture, University of Wisconsin-Madison, was recently interviewed by the NYT and NPR. Read more
ARC Fellows Virginia Zavala and Sari Pietikainen led Discussion with Professor Ofelia Garcia and students from raciolinguistic course on topical issues related to ways in which language and speakers are categorized and valued on May 1st, 2018.
ARC Distinguished CUNY Fellow Angela Reyes Awarded Sapir Book Prize
Angela Reyes' latest book, Discourse Analysis Beyond the Speech Event (2015), is the winner of the 2016 Edward Sapir Book Prize of the Society for Linguistic Anthropology (SLA). She will receive the award at the SLA business meeting at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting in Minneapolis on November 19, 2016. The Sapir Book Prize "is awarded to a book that makes the most significant contribution to our understanding of language in society, or the ways in which language mediates historical or contemporary sociocultural processes." Here is more information: http://linguisticanthropology.org/about/prizes/#sapir[linguisticanthropology.org]
ARC Distinguished Visiting Fellow Juliet Hooker published in teleSUR
Dr. Juliet Hooker, “A Black History of White Empathy.” teleSUR. 12 February 2016.
Juliet Hooker is an Associate Professor of Government and of African and African Diaspora Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. Professor Hooker served as Associate Director of the Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies (LLILAS) at UT-Austin from 2009 to 2014, and as co-Chair of the American Political Science Association’s Presidential Task Force on Racial and Social Class Inequalities in the Americas (2014-2015). She is a political theorist specializing in comparative political theory, political solidarity, and multiculturalism, and has also published widely on Afro-descendant and indigenous politics and multicultural rights in Latin America. She is the author of Race and the Politics of Solidarity (Oxford University Press, 2009). Her current book project, Hybrid Traditions, juxtaposes the accounts of race formulated by prominent nineteenth and twentieth-century U.S. African-American and Latin American political thinker. She received her Ph.D. from Cornell University in 2001. She will be with CUNY for the Spring 2016 term. Read more