About the Project
The Feminist Critical Race & Ethnic Studies research group is composed of graduate students and faculty working in association with a colloquium and lecture series.
The Feminist Critical Race & Ethnic Studies Chair will draw upon the research strengths of UCSC’s faculty and the campus’s legacy of engaged scholarship and commitment to social justice.
It is designed to foster understanding of the intertwined nature of histories of inequality, discrimination, gender and racial violence, and provide a foundation for understanding social movements for justice, equality, and representation.
April 10-11, 2015: The Feminist Architecture of Gloria Anzaldua
February 26, 2015: Anita Hill: Speaking Truth to Power: Gender and Racial Equality 1991-2015
November 7, 2014: Bodies of Knowledge in the Japanese Empire
October 25, 2013: Free Angela Davis and All Political Prisoners Film Screening