Please join SASS and the Polis Project for the last of four lecture-conversations: ‘Dissent in Dangerous Times‘ on Nov 16th at 6pm, in room 5414.
This talk will feature Kavitha Rajagopalan, senior fellow at the World Policy Institute, specializing in global migration and the future of citizenship. She is the author of Muslims of Metropolis: The Stories of Three Immigrant Families in the West (Rutgers University Press 2008). She was previously a columnist for Newsday and PBS, and has written for Next City, The Feminist Review and various academic and policy magazines. Between 1998 and 2001, she was a reporter in Chennai, India and Berlin, Germany. She is currently at work on a literary nonfiction book about the future of citizenship in the age of global movement.
Snacks will be provided.
Co-sponsors: Thought Club, Mise-en-Scene, and Prison Studies Group. Get more information about these groups, come to a meeting, email us, or join our chartered organizations online at http://cunydsc.org/works/organizations/
Thanks to those of you who came and participated in the conversation.
Here’s the video: https://youtu.be/Wx-41e3kbUY