Connecting the Classroom and the World

Faculty book discussions hosted by the Multicultural Center seek to bridge students’ experiences in the classroom and their daily lives. By focusing on the work of Georgia State University faculty and staff, book discussions tap into a rich and varied resource. Faculty from the History department, the Institute for Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies and the administration were featured during the fall semester focusing on topics as diverse as urban gentrification, global policies related to terrorism and racial identity. The first book discussion this academic year was part of Atlanta’s inaugural celebration of National Welcoming Week and featured Dr. Kathryn Wilson’s book, Ethnic Renewal: Space, Place, and Struggle in Philadelphia’s Chinatown. In a letter of thanks, Mayor Kasim Reed described…more>>
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