Colloquium Series Calendar

COVID-19 UPDATE:

**Thank you for your support of JWJI this year and always.  We had an amazing lineup planned for the rest of this year, and we hope to bring those speakers to campus at a later date.  While our work is important, your health and safety take precedence.  As a result, in accordance with local law and Emory University policy, we are cancelling all JWJI events for the remainder of the 2019-2020 academic year.  

Please know that our work continues.  Our fellows continue to make progress on their research; those who are teaching will continue to work with students remotely; and we look forward to sharing their work with you at a time and in a manner that maximizes everyone’s health and safety.  Please continue to visit our website for future updates, and as always, thank you for your support of JWJI!**

 

The Race and Difference Colloquium Series, a weekly event on the Emory University campus, features local and national speakers presenting academic research on contemporary questions of race and intersecting dimensions of difference. The James Weldon Johnson Institute is pleased to have the Robert W. Woodruff Library and the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript and Rare Book Library as major co-sponsors of the Colloquium Series.

Join us for lunch and reserve a seat for your favorite talks by clicking here.