Talk by Professor Miriam Ticktin, the New School for Social Research
Date: Thursday, October 8, 2020
Time: 12:15 PM – 1:45 PM
Location: Virtual Event
Professor Ticktin’s talk on Racial Innocence will launch our year-long speakers’ series on Structural Violence. Culture, Power, Social Change is a colloquium series in the Department of Anthropology that is aimed at an interdisciplinary audience of graduate students from a range of departments including anthropology, gender studies, sociology, ethnic studies departments, world arts and cultures/dance, ethnomusicology, urban planning and public policy, and the School of Medicine.
Professor Miriam Ticktin is in the departments of Anthropology and Gender Studies at the New School for Social Research. She has previously served as Chair of Anthropology, Director of Gender Studies, and Co-Director of the Center for Migration and Mobility at the New School. She is a medical anthropologist who draws on women of color feminist and postcolonial feminism to address questions of race and migration.