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Race & Pedagogy Virtual Talk | The Portrait of “Slim:” Images of Blackness and the Kinsey Collection
September 26 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Take a deeper dive into the Kinsey African American Art & History Collection by joining us online for the last event of the series by the University of Puget Sound’s Race and Pedagogy Institute. Conversations inspired by the work of Henry Bozeman Jones. Panelists will navigate and explore the following questions: What are the images and objects in the Kinsey collection that resonate for the panelists and why? What’s the significance of a Black archival practice? How does this collection relate to our work as educators at Puget Sound? This event is free and registration is required.

Panelists: LaToya Brackett, Assistant Professor of African American Studies and member of the Race and Pedagogy Institute; Nancy Bristow, Professor of History, African American Studies, and member of the Race and Pedagogy Institute; Dexter Gordon, Executive Vice President of Evergreen College, founder and member of the Race and Pedagogy Institute; Grace Livingston, Professor of African American Studies, co-founder and member of the Race and Pedagogy Institute; Renee Simms, Associate Professor of African American Studies and member of the Race and Pedagogy Institute; Jonathan Stockdale, Professor of Religious Studies and member of the Race and Pedagogy Institute; Carolyn Weisz, Professor of Psychology and member of the Race and Pedagogy Institute.

Moderators: Jaylen Antoine and Serena Sevasin

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For questions about this program, please contact Lee Nelson, Public Programs Coordinator.

Image credit: Slow Drag, Ernie Barnes. Courtesy of The Kinsey African American Art & History Collection.