Matariki Lecture Series: Practical impacts of racism on everyday living
- Date: –17:30
- Location: Please register for your place!
- Lecturer: Professor Matt Delmont (Dartmouth College, USA), Associate Professor Chris Bevan (Durham University, UK), Dr Nicole Hirschfelder and Dr Debarchana Baruah (University of Tübingen, Germany), Dr Mattias Gardell (Uppsala University, Sweden).
- Organiser: The Matariki Network of Universities (MNU)
- Contact person: Anna Singer
Matariki Lecture Series – Race, Racism and Decolonisation presents: EVENT 2: "PRACTICAL IMPACT OF RACISM ON EVERYDAY LIVING"
Date: Thursday 25th October
Local time for partners: Dartmouth / Queen's: 10:00-11:30am, Durham: 3:00-4:30pm, Uppsala / Tübingen: 4:00-5:30pm, UWA: 10:00-11:30pm, Otago: 3:00-4:30am (+1).
Professor Matt Delmont (Dartmouth College, USA)
“What WWII reveals about race & discrimination today”.
Associate Professor Chris Bevan (Durham University, UK)
“Homelessness, race and law”.
Dr Nicole Hirschfelder and Dr Debarchana Baruah (University of Tübingen, Germany)
"Structural racism and distribution of privilege in German Academia - A few talking points in a difficult conversation".
Dr Mattias Gardell (Uppsala University, Sweden)
“Racism as a technology”
To register for your place, please visit: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/ WN_9e2EGk4WRgaW6YbZ4WYbAA
Meet the speakers...
The Matariki Lecture has been an annual event; with a faculty member from one Matariki partner institution traditionally delivering a public lecture with Q&A at one of the other partner institutions, (often as part of a wider visit).
In 2020, the Matariki Executive voted to build on this concept by developing a more regular series of lectures; with several presentations being delivered over a shorter period of time attached to the same broad theme.
The first such series, on the theme of “Human Evolution”, was successfully held in March 2021. Led and hosted by the University of Tübingen, speakers from Tübingen, Uppsala, Dartmouth and Durham delivered short (15 minute) lectures on different aspects of the wider topic, followed by a live Q&A / panel discussion session featuring all members. The YouTube recording can be viewed here
Event dates have now been confirmed as follows:
Event 1 – Racism and social determinants of health: Thursday 21st October (8:00-9:30am UK time);
Event 2 – Practical impacts of racism on everyday living: Monday 25th October (3:00-4:30pm UK time);
Event 3 – Decolonisation: Wednesday 27th October (midnight – 1:30am UK time). NB this will be the previous evening (Tuesday 26th) for colleagues in North America.