The Institute for Diversity in the Arts & the Center for Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity Present
Immigration, Nation and the Art of Occupation
Stanford University, Spring 2011, Wed 7-9 pm
CSRE 15A & AFRICAAM15A / AMSTUD 15A / ENGLISH 15A / COMPLIT 15A
APRIL 4: INTRODUCTION TO THE ART OF OCCUPATION (Room 320-105)
APRIL 11: NATIVE OCCUPATIONS (Room 320-105)
Special speaker to be announced!
APRIL 18: CURRENT PREOCCUPATIONS: PALESTINE, OAKLAND & ARIZONA
Featuring Mark Gonzales & Melanie Cervantes + Jesus Barraza of Dignidad Rebelde. (Room 320-105)
APRIL 25: THE ST. CLAIR DRAKE MEMORIAL LECTURE: ANGELA DAVIS
Sponsored by the Program in African & African American Studies (Dinkelspiel Auditorium)
MAY 2: THE LOS ANGELES RIOTS AND THE ART OF URBAN OCCUPATION:
An Evening with Anna Deavere Smith, Adam Mansbach, Rubén Martinez, and Dr. Elaine Kim (Cemex Auditorium)
MAY 9: DE-OCCUPY/RE-OCCUPY: IMMIGRATION & ECONOMIC JUSTICE NOW
An Evening with Boots Riley of The Coup/Occupy Oakland, Jose Antonio Vargas of Define American, IDA Visiting Artist Favianna Rodriguez, Dr. Gaye Theresa Johnson. (Room 320-105)
MAY 16: THE ART OF BLACK OCCUPATIONS.
A Talk with Michele Elam, Jennifer Brody, and guests (Room 320-105)
MAY 23: VARIEDADES: A PERFORMANCE SALON ON “ANARCHY”!
A music and poetry variety show by IDA Visiting Artist Rubén Martinez featuring Richard Montoya of Culture Clash (Location TBD)
MAY 30: STANFORD OCCUPATIONS: Student Activism In The 1980s and 1990s & the Birth of CSRE (Room 320-105)
JUNE 6: CONCLUSION Room (320-105)
All classes are open to the public.
Co-sponsored by: African & African American Studies, American Studies, Anthropology, Art & Art History, Center for African Studies, Center for Latin American Studies, Comparative Literature, Continuing Studies, School of Education, English, Feminist Studies, School of Humanities & Sciences, Linguistics, McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society, Office of the Provost, The President’s Office, Stanford Humanities Center, Stanford Institute for Creativity and the Arts, Student Affairs, Urban Studies, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education