Race & Media Conference 2016

washington central park in fall

October 21st-22nd, 2016

Hosted at New York University, in New York City

This conference on race and media is an interdisciplinary conference focusing on research at the intersections of critical race theories and media studies. By bringing together emerging and established scholars, this conference is an opportunity to share research in a space especially created for working through difficult questions on race.

Kent Ono is giving the keynote on the evening of Friday October 21st.

The mission of the conference is three-fold:

If you are interested in attending Race and Media please contact isra.ali@nyu.edu.

The keynote address with Kent Ono, University of Utah Representation Today, Tomorrow, and Forever? The Vexed Ontology of an Iconic Media Concept is open to the public, please join us on Friday October 21st 5-6:30pm, 8th Floor 239 Greene St.


Sponsors
Department of Media Culture and Communication and the Provost's Office

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Check out the earlier Race & Media conferences 2014 and 2015