March 13, 2007 – Jared Sexton: “Race, Nation, and Empire in a Blackened World”

Tuesday, March 13 / 12 PM / Humanities 210

Jared Sexton is an Assistant Professor of African American Studies and Film and Media Studies at UC Irvine, where he is also affiliated with the Critical Theory Institute and the Center in Law, Culture, and Society. His research and teaching interests include black cultural studies, race and sexuality, policing and mass imprisonment, and contemporary U.S. film culture. He is the author most recently of the forthcoming book, Amalgamation Schemes: A Critique of Multiracialism (Minnesota).

In addition to the talk by Professor Sexton, the Black Cultural Studies Research Cluster will be holding a bi-monthly reading/discussion group during the winter quarter.

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Sponsored by the Black Cultural Studies Research Cluster