Swarthmore College

“Race, Racism, and the Liberal Arts” explores and assembles work on underrepresented histories of how Black people, institutions, and ideas have existed outside of, pushed against, or reshaped from within the ideas and institutions of the liberal arts. This project investigates curricular, epistemological, and institutional genealogies that challenge how or whether the term liberal arts has silenced histories and ways of knowing developed by Black people, indigenous people, and people of color.

 

Upcoming Events

  • October 28 at 7pm ET on Zoom: A conversation with Tao Leigh Goffe and Krystal Tsosie on developing projects and programs that address historic and present violence with respect to race, indigeneity, and science and technology. Register here.
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