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CSRR Transnational Rights and Security in an Era of Populism Lecture Series

CSRR Transnational Rights and Security in an Era of Populism Lecture Series table
Date5 Apr 2021
Time12:00 pm BST |7:00 am
Provider Rutgers Center for Security, Race and Rights
AddressVirtual
Type Virtual
Cost $20 or free for guests who do not want CLE credit with promo code NOCLE748
Booking URLhttps://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_fmXCPzpsRumza6o8XS810A
Description

The Rutgers Center for Security, Race and Rights will be hosting their Spring 2021 Transnational Rights and Security in the era of Populism Lecture Series starting January 27.

The series consists of different lectures:

February 15, 2021, 12:00PM
Dr. Sherene Razack
Race, Women and the Global War on Terror

March 10, 2021, 12:00PM
Professor Asli Bâli
Race and Empire: Legal Theory Within, Through, and Across National Borders

April 5, 2021, 12:00PM
Dr. Wendell Hassan Marsh
A Genealogy of African Islamic Modernity

You can sign up for one, or more, of these lectures by following the link above.

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