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Faculty Services

Library Services for Faculty and Instructors

Fall Events

To register for a session, select the date which is hyperlinked to the Vision Resource Center, and choose 'Request':

September 17th, 2021: 11am - 1pm

  • Archaeology of self

September 24th, 2021: 11am - 1pm

  • Social identities and power relations (privilege/oppression; agent/target)

October 1st, 2021: 11am - 1pm

  • How did we get here?:Cycles of Socialization

October 8th, 2021: 11am - 1pm

  • Focus on Language: Recognizing and countering linguicism in higher education

October 15th, 2021: 11am - 1pm

  • Identifying racism and anti-Black racism in higher education: student-student, student/instructor relationships, curriculum, syllabi, committee structures, governance, hiring practices, etc.

Join us also for our continuing series exploring Ibram X. Kendi's work, "Stamped from the Beginning:  The Definitive history of Racist Ideas in America."  A Note:  You do not need to have read the text to attend. Attend all, or some.  

To register for a session, select the date which is hyperlinked to the Vision Resource Center, and choose 'Request':

Friday, October 1st: 1:30pm-3:00pm

  • Stamped From the Revolution: Ibram Kendi and the Codification of Racism in the United States

Friday, October 29th: 1:30pm-3:00pm

  • Stamped From the Civil War: Ibram Kendi and the Fight Between Two Racisms

Friday, November 19: 1:30pm-3:00pm

  • Stamped From the Turn of the Century: Ibram Kendi and the Invisible Omnipresence of Northern Racism

Friday, December 3rd: 1:30pm-3:00pm

  • Stamped From the Present: Ibram Kendi and the Hydra of American Racism