On Friday, March 13th, Dr. Edmund T. Gordon will present “UT’s Raced Geography” as part of the Department of Geography and the Environment’s Geography Colloquium.
Dr. Gordon is a professor in the Department of African and African Diaspora Studies and serves as the Vice Provost for Diversity at UT Austin. His talk will discuss how racism, patriarchy, and the white nationalism of the New South are embodied in UT’s campus architecture and landscaping.
The talk will begin at 3 pm in RLP 0.130. Check out he Racial Geography Tour site for further background on Dr. Gordon’s work!