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Identity Across The Curriculum

Conferences: A conference on how identity informs, complicates, inspires, and challenges research, teaching and learning at University of Mississippi

10:00 AM Mar. 18, 2021
Open to the public
Registration Required
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"Identity Across the Curriculum,” is a virtual interdisciplinary conference that explores how identity informs, complicates, inspires, and challenges research, teaching and learning at the University of Mississippi.  The conference will feature undergraduate and graduate student work. Identity can refer to an individual or group and comprises various registers—including race, ethnicity, gender, sex, sexuality, nationality, region, ability, religion, or political affiliation. We all bring our own identities to the the process of learning and to what we choose to study; our experience of the physical spaces of campus–from classrooms, dorms, Residential Colleges, fraternities and sororities, and the Grove, to the broader Oxford community, including, apartments, restaurants, bars, and the broader experience of the Square. How we experience these spaces is informed by the identities and experiences we bring and the institutional and cultural history of the University of Mississippi. 

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Sponsored by: Center for Inclusion and Cross Cultural Engagement and Sarah Isom Center