Research Seminar: Selected Issues and Topics–Comparative Racialization and the Relations between Communities of Color
Th 2pm-4:59pm 78 Barrows
Groups of color in the United States are differentially positioned in a racial hierarchy with respect to social status, economic clout, and political power. How
has this racial order evolved and how has it structured the types and overall tenor of relations between groups? In this seminar, we will examine the historical and contemporary processes of differential racialization, the patterns of cooperation and conflict between communities of color, and the prospects for multiracial
collaborations to transform the existing racial order.