- "Nurturing Growth in Those Empty Spaces": Blackness and Multiculturalism in AIDS Education
"Nurturing Growth in Those Empty Spaces": Blackness and Multiculturalism in AIDS Education
|Venue:||Labor Center Room: LC 309|
What: "Nurturing Growth in Those Empty Spaces": Blackness and Multiculturalism in AIDS Education
Who: Dr. Daniel Royles, Department of History
When: Tuesday, 23 October at 3:00 PM in LC 309
Discussants: Dr. Mark Padilla, Department of Global and Sociocultural Studies; Dr. Jessica Adler, Department of History; and Dr. Valerie Patterson, Department of Public Policy and Adminisrtion.
To receive a copy of the piece Dr. Royles will share, please email Dr. Hilary Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friendly reminder that our Work-in-Progress sessions are small, informal, and safe spaces were faculty members share working drafts. Rather than presenting a paper, authors begin with a very brief set of comments about the piece, goals for publication, particular areas for focused feedback, etc. A discussantdiscussants then provide their comments before we move to an open discussion of the paper. Ideally, all participants will come having read the piece and with comments o share/.
Also, if you are interested in sharing your own paper, please email Dr. Jones as email@example.com. We still have spots available for this academic