Anthropology Program Presents
Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Decolonizing the Syllabus?
Anthropology Book Fair
Campus Center and Stevenson Library
Book Fair in the Campus Center, 9am-3pm
What does justice look like in a curriculum? In an effort to recognize more than a century's worth of writing by people who were not white or male and whose work is important for general anthropological knowledge, the Anthropology Program is featuring some of these authors in a campus-wide book fair. Join faculty from Anthropology as we hold a book fair in the Campus Center (9am-3pm) to read excerpts and informally discuss some of the classic readings. We would like to feature some of these readings in our introductory courses in efforts to decolonize our syllabi, and we welcome student responses. Help us think more deeply about the texts and the introductory curriculum through a discussion in the library, first floor, 4-5pm.
a discussion in the Stevenson Library, first floor, 4-5pm
For more information, call 845-758-7215, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location: Campus Center and Stevenson Library