Past Events

Reproduction of Inequality

In honor of Annette Lareau
Apr 28, 2023 at -

Join us in honoring Annette Lareau at a conference on the

Reproduction of Inequality. Guest speakers will discuss inequality in how people are seen; inequalities in the world of education; families and…

W.E.B. Du Bois Lecture in Public Social Science

A Conversation with Dr. Brent Staples
Dr. Brent Staples, Tukufu Zuberi
Feb 23, 2023 at -

Moderated by Tukufu Zuberi, Lasry Professor of Race Relations, Penn

The Inaugural W.E.B. Du Bois Lecture in Public Social Science is a continuation of efforts to recognize one of the foremost academic and…

Carol Rothstein Oral Poetry Program

A Performance and Conversation with Award-Winning Poet José Olivarez
José Olivarez, Andrés González-Bonillas
Feb 22, 2023 at -

Turner Schulman Fellows Poster Expo

Dec 2, 2022 at -


Please join us December 2nd for CSERI’s undergraduate and graduate research exposition. Some of our Turner Schulman Fellows will showcase their multidisciplinary research regarding race, ethnicity, and…

Conversations with Penn Alumnus Efrén C. Olivares C’05

Efrén C. Olivares
Sep 28, 2022 - Sep 29, 2022 (All Day)

Efrén C. Olivares is the Deputy Legal Director of the Immigration Justice Project

Unpacking Latino Conservatism

Geraldo Cadava, Michael Jones-Correa, Chenoa Flippen
Sep 15, 2022 at -

Geraldo Cadava
Author, The Hispanic Republican

Michael Jones-Correa
President’s Distinguished Professor of Political Science


Book Talk - The Sanctuary City: Immigrant, Refugee, and Receiving Communities in Postindustrial Philadelphia

Domenic Vitiello, Associate Professor of City and Regional Planning, Chenoa Flippen
Sep 6, 2022 at -

Professor Vitiello will discuss his recently published book about Central American, Southeast Asian, African, Arab, and Mexican communities in Philadelphia in the late 20th and 21st century. The book…

Haitian Migration through the Americas

Mamyrah Douge-Prosper, Alex Dupuy, Guerline Jozef, Georges Fouron
Apr 21, 2022 at -

The sharp increase in Haitian migration in the past two years has garnered significant media attention as migrants have been met with opposition from border authorities. In an effort to better understand the…

Past, Present, and Future: Queer and Trans of Color Activism in Philadelphia

Hanae Mason, Jorian Rivera-Veintidos, Dionne Stallworth, Kim Cardenas
Apr 13, 2022 at -

LGBTQ+ people of color have historically acted as political bridge-builders and radical change-makers on behalf of their multiple communities. Join three queer activists of color, Hanae Mason from…

The Asian American Experience: Diversity and Challenges

Apr 1, 2022 (All Day)

This day-long conference is designed to bring together faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates interested in Asian Americans, and race and ethnicity more broadly. For the past twenty years Asian Americans have…