How Change Comes: Knowledge + Justice

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Ruha Benjamin

How can distinctive, original scholarship encourage the pursuit of justice in society or the academy? In this series, scholars who have made indelible statements in both areas discuss the conditions of their work and how their political and intellectual investments inform each other.

Pictured: Ruha Benjamin, 2023


2022-2023

Alexandra Juhasz and Theodore Kerr
We Are Having this Conversation Now: The Times of AIDS Cultural Production”

May 1, 2023
 

Ruha Benjamin, Sociology and African American Studies, Princeton University and Ida B. Wells Just Data Lab

October 17-21, 2022


2021-2022

Kelly Lytle Hernández, History, University of California, Los Angeles and Million Dollar Hoods
"Bad Mexicans: Race, Empire, and Revolution in the Borderlands," 

April 20, 2022


2020-2021

Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra, History, The University of Texas at Austin
"Conversations on the History of 'Hispanics' in the U.S., from Marginality to More Marginality," 

September 25, 2020


Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra, History, The University of Texas at Austin
"Conquest? Collapse and Rise of Ancien Régime in 16th Century Spanish America and the Role of Paper Archives," 

September 23, 2020