- Thursday, Dec 5, 2019Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor on how the real estate industry undermined black homeownership.
- Thursday, Oct 31, 2019Data & Society welcomes Princeton Professor Ruha Benjamin to discuss the relationship between machine bias and systemic racism, analyzing specific cases of “discriminatory design” and offering tools for a socially-conscious approach to tech development.
- Tuesday, Sep 24, 2019The author and academic tells The Nation, “We don’t have to live like this.”
- Tuesday, Oct 8, 2019
- Tuesday, Nov 5, 2019
Beginning in September 2019, the Lunder Institute for American Art will host annually a Distinguished Scholar and a group of Research Fellows at varying stages of their careers to pursue original scholarship around a topic of particular concern to the field of American art. As the Lunder Institute Distinguished Scholar and Director of Research, Tanya Sheehan (William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of Art, Colby College) is overseeing the inaugural program in 2019–20, which will focus on work by African American artists of the 19th and 20th centuries.
- Friday, Sep 20, 2019Among the top ten nominated authors is Professor Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor. Taylor's book, “Race for Profit: How Banks and the Real Estate Industry Undermined Black Homeownership” has been nominated for the 2019 National Book Award for Nonfiction.
- Saturday, Sep 7, 2019What she and Venus have accomplished is far more important than future titles and broken records.
- Friday, Sep 6, 2019We sit down with Eddie Glaude Jr. and Julian E. Zelizer, Author, and Professor at Princeton University, to discuss the challenges of balancing and teaching within the academic and public media arena. They then explore the historical cycle of racialized politics displayed by President Donald Trump and its impact within America as we approach the 2020 Elections
- Monday, Aug 26, 2019Princeton University professor Imani Perry offered her thoughts on race, gender, and class in America.
- Friday, Aug 9, 2019