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GCSC Seminar: “Everyday Racism in Integrated Spaces” Stacy Harwood
September 14 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm MDT
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Meeting ID: 915 9410 1737 Passcode: 310125
Many college campuses promote themselves as integrated multicultural spaces where students from diverse backgrounds live, study, and play together in unity, but many students of color experience racial hostility and exclusion in their daily routines. Using the concept of racial microaggressions, the definition of racism can be expanded to identify representational spaces that reflect the lived experiences of students of color at a predominantly white institution.
Stacy Harwood, Ph.D. is Chair and Professor in the City & Metropolitan Planning Department at the University of Utah. She holds an undergraduate degree in Quantitative Economics and Decision Sciences from UC San Diego, master’s degree in Urban & Regional Planning from UC Irvine and a Ph.D. in Planning from the University of Southern California. She is an urban planning scholar and educator on immigration, community development, racial justice and local public policy with publications in Annals of the American Association of Geographers, City & Community, International Planning Studies, Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, Journal of Planning Education and Research, Journal of Urbanism, Landscape Journal, Planning Research and Practice Policy Studies Journal, and Urban Studies. While doing all the conventional scholarly work, she has also established a long-standing track record in providing technical assistance to community organizations and developing innovative approaches to teaching in the classroom.