The Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race (CSER) serves as Columbia's main interdisciplinary space for the study of ethnicity, race and indigeneity and their implications for thinking about culture, power, hierarchy, social identities, and political communities, in the U.S. and around the world.
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MAR 22 2020 | FACULTY NEWS
New Books and Articles
Professor Sayantani DasGupta has newly published books Pedagogy of the Pandemic: Narrative Medicine and Radical Empathy here.
In The News: Abolition Medicine (with Yoshiko Iwai and Zahra Kahn) here
JUL 09 2020 | FACULTY NEWS
Netflix's Baby-Sitters Club & Asian-American Representation
MPR News interviews CSER Professor Marie Myung-Ok Lee on Asian-American representation in children's media, following a discussion of the same in Ann M. Martin's Baby-Sitters Club, now a Netflix series. Read the article here.
MAY 08 2020 | CSER STUDENTS
Amanda Qi Xin Ong Thesis Spotlight
CSER honors student Amanda Qi Xin Ong has created a website to share her thesis, "as you left it," a creative nonfiction oral history, through mixed media.
MAY 08 2020 | FACULTY NEWS
Asian Americans PBS/WNET Program
Asian Americans is a groundbreaking five-hour PBS film series that chronicles the contributions and challenges of Asian Americans, the fastest growing ethnic group in the United States. Watch the program on PBS or WLIW. More information here.
MAR 19 2020 | FACULTY NEWS
Liz OuYang on Democracy Now
CSER Professor Liz OuYang was interviewed by Democracy Now! on her response to President Trump calling the corona virus, the "Chinese" virus. OuYang discussed the impact of Trump's words on the Asian-American community.