We have come to the end of our 2021 Spring Seminar Series and the Department would like to thank all the amazing speakers who helped to make this semester's seminars a success. Please keep checking this page towards the beginning of the Fall Semester for the Fall Seminar schedule.
Please note our change in Zoom access:
Just as so much in the world has changed over the past 10 months, we are adapting our Seminar Series Zoom access for better security. The speaker announcements, distributed through the E-Nouncements and Seminar listserv, will now contain an RSVP Form link we are asking attendees to fill out to have the Zoom link emailed to them. This process is very new and we will probably be tweaking it here and there as we sort out the pros and cons…please bear with us. We hope this new process will provide more security for our Zoom meeting by restricting “bombers” from gaining access.
Liberatory Love and Freedom: Radical Reenvisionings
Please join us for a Zoom webinar
Wednesday, June 16
2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
In this talk, Dr. Danielle Hodge will critically rethink and reimagine the possibilities of freedom and what it means to love Blackness in a white supremacist and anti-Black society. Building on African American intellectual traditions, Dr. Hodge will re-envision the relationship between freedom and love in the struggle for liberation.
Spanish interpretation, Closed Captioning in English and ASL interpretation will be available.
If you have any questions, please contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Dr. Danielle Hodge, PhD
Assistant Professor, Communication
University of Colorado Boulder
Dr. Danielle Hodge is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Colorado Boulder (full bio). As a critical race scholar, Dr. Hodge is concerned with how systems of oppression and marginalization inform the identities, discursive practices, and experiences of African Americans and employs a critical race theoretical approach to identity, culture, and language.
Denver-based, Korean-American artist Sammy Lee's solo exhibition explores motherhood, domesticity, immigration, and Asian prejudice.
Opening celebration Thursday, June 17, 6 – 8 p.m.
Emmanuel Art Gallery, 1205 10th St. Plaza