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CRES Research and Creativity Symposium

Friday Feb 16 | 9:30 am - 5:30 pm

Join CRES faculty and staff for a day of sharing and discussing highlights of our scholarship–both research and creative expression–and charting the future direction of CRES as an intellectual hub for the collaborative and interdisciplinary study of race and ethnicity. TCU speakers and performers include:

• Suki John, School of Classical and Contemporary Dance
• Zoranna Jones, Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences
• Stacie McCormick, Department of English
• Adam McKinney, School of Classical and Contemporary Dance
• Johnny Nhan, Department of Criminal Justice
• Santiago Piñón, Department of Religion
• Jacinto Ramos, Jr., CRES and Fort Worth ISD

Featuring: Lunch keynote speaker Paul Ortiz (University of Florida), will help us think critically about our mission and pedagogical strategies, and Melita Garza (CRES Core Faculty and Department of Journalism) will present her first book, They Came to Toil: Newspaper Representations of Mexicans and Immigrants in the Great Depression (University of Texas Press).

King Family Commons

King Family Commons
3608 Pond Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About CRES (Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies)

CRES Research and Creativity Symposium
Our Mission: To educate students, faculty, staff, and interact with the larger community to critically examine racial and ethnic identities as an essential step in becoming ethical citizens and leaders in today’s global community Our Vision: To be an academic and community-oriented program committed to intercultural understanding and social justice Our Core Values: CRES fosters inquiry, engagement, dialogue, creative expression, inclusiveness and respect, in pursuit of academic excellence

Questions about this event?

Orlando Lara

Email: cres@tcu.edu

Phone: 817-257-4704