Recorded Video From the Archive

Introductions

Iver Bernstein & Sowande' Mustakeem

As a part of the American Culture Studies' Modern Segregation Program Initiative, Heather Ann Thompson, Associate Professor of History and African and African American Studies at Temple University, and Koritha MItchell, Associate Professor of English, Ohio State University will each a presentation on the theme of "Modern Segregation: Identity, Place and Violence." This is the first of four parts, Introductions, with remarks from AMCS Director and Professor of History, Iver Bernstein, followed by Assistant Professor of History, Sowande' Mustakeem.

Love in Action: Noting Similarities between Lynching Then & Anti-LGBT Violence Now

Koritha Mitchell

Koritha Mitchell, Associate Professor of English at Ohio State University, delivers her lecture, "Love in Action: Noting Similarities between Lynching Then & Anti-LGBT Violence Now," as part of the Modern Segregation event, Identity, Place, and Violence, on October 24th, 2014.

Rethinking 'Violence' in America's Inner Cities: Who and What is Really to Blame?

Heather Thompson

Heather Ann Thompson, Associate Professor of History, Temple University, delivers her lecture, "Rethinking 'Violence' in America's Inner Cities: Who and What is Really to Blame?" as part of the Modern Segregation event, Identity, Place, and Violence, on October 24th, 2014.

Event Q & A

Sowande' Mustakeem, Koritha Mitchell, Heather Thompson

The final part of the public lecture, "Modern Segregation: Identity, Place and Violence," a question and answer session with Koritha MItchell, Associate Professor of English, Ohio State University and Heather Ann Thompson, Associate Professor of History and African and African American Studies at Temple University, moderated by Sowande' Mustakeem, Assistant Professor of History at Washington University.

Introductions

Iver Bernstein & Sonia Lee

As a part of the American Culture Studies' Modern Segregation Program Initiative, Michael Omi, Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies at University of California, Berkeley, presents a lecture titled, "Racial Classification and the Instability of Race." This is the first of six parts, Introductions, with remarks from Director of American Culture Studies and Professor of History, Iver Bernstein, followed by Assistant Professor of History, Sonia Lee.

On the Problematic Definition of Race in a "Post-Racial" Society

Michael Omi

As a part of the American Culture Studies' Modern Segregation Program Initiative, Michael Omi, Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies at University of California, Berkeley, presents a lecture titled, "Racial Classification and the Instability of Race." This is the second of six parts, "On the Problematic Definition of Race in a "Post-Racial" Society."

On the "Re-biologization" of Race

Michael Omi

As a part of the American Culture Studies' Modern Segregation Program Initiative, Michael Omi, Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies at University of California, Berkeley, presents a lecture titled, "Racial Classification and the Instability of Race." This is the fourth of six parts, "On the "Re-biologization" of Race."

On State-Based Racial Classifications: Shifting Definitions of Race in the U.S. Census

Michael Omi

As a part of the American Culture Studies' Modern Segregation Program Initiative, Michael Omi, Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies at University of California, Berkeley, presents a lecture titled, "Racial Classification and the Instability of Race." This is the third of six parts, "On State-Based Racial Classifications: Shifting Definitions of Race in the U.S. Census."

Conslusions: Outcomes for Racial Data Collection and Practices of Racial Blindness

Michael Omi

As a part of the American Culture Studies' Modern Segregation Program Initiative, Michael Omi, Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies at University of California, Berkeley, presents a lecture titled, "Racial Classification and the Instability of Race." This is the fifth of six parts, "Conclusions: Outcomes for Racial Data Collection and Practices of Racial Blindness."

Q & A

Michael Omi

As a part of the American Culture Studies' Modern Segregation Program Initiative, Michael Omi, Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies at University of California, Berkeley, presents a lecture titled, "Racial Classification and the Instability of Race." This is the sixth of six parts, Q&A.

Modern Segregation: Segregated Pleasures and the Comforts of Homogeneity

Linda Alcoff

As a part of the Modern Segregation Program Initiative, Linda Alcoff, Professor of Philosophy at City University of New York, gave a talk on the theme of "Modern Segregation: Segregated Pleasures and the Comforts of Homogeneity," hosted by American Culture Studies at Washington University in St. Louis.

Modern Segregation: Segregated Pleasures and the Comforts of Homogeneity Q&A

As a part of the Modern Segregation Program Initiative, Linda Alcoff, Professor of Philosophy at City University of New York, gave a talk on the theme of "Modern Segregation: Segregated Pleasures and the Comforts of Homogeneity," hosted by American Culture Studies at Washington University in St. Louis. This video is the following Q&A discussion.

Modern Segregation and the City

Danielle Allen

As a part of the Modern Segregation Program Initiative, Danielle Allen, UPS Foundation Professor at the Institute for Advanced Study gave a talk on the theme of "Modern Segregation and the City," hosted by American Culture Studies at Washington University in St. Louis.

Modern Segregation and the City Q&A

Danielle Allen

As a part of the Modern Segregation Program Initiative, Danielle Allen, UPS Foundation Professor at the Institute for Advanced Study gave a talk on the theme of "Modern Segregation and the City," hosted by American Culture Studies at Washington University in St. Louis. This video is of the following Q&A discussion.

Modern Segregation and the City

Modern Segregation and the City Q&A