The (White) Color of Color Blindness: How Race Matters in "Post-Racial" America
Professor of Sociology, Duke University
January 23, 2014
4 PM • Royce Hall, Room 314
Eduardo Bonilla-Silva earned his B.A. in Sociology from the University of Puerto Rico-Río Piedras and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He held posts at the University of Michigan and at Texas A&M University before joining the faculty of Duke's Department of Sociology in 2006. His research areas include racial stratification, social theory, critical race methods, political sociology, and Latin American and the Caribbean, and Epistemology. One of Dr. Bonilla-Silva's current projects is titled "We are All Americans! The Latin Americanizationof Race Relations in the USA," and explores the changing dynamics of racial stratification in the United States. The 4th edition of his book Racism Without Racists was published in August 2013). Presented by the UCLA Diversity Research Office, DIRECTOR: Phillip Atiba Goff, cosponsored by the Sociology Race and Ethnicity Working Group.
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