July 25-26, 2019
Our 3rd Annual FGLI Colloquium was a huge success! Fifteen colleagues, all from different institutions, spent time working through tricky topics and engaging in discussion around next year’s conference theme. Thank you to those of you who were able to attend and a HUGE thank you to April Ruiz for hosting us at Williams and being an amazing host!
Check out the two readings below that will help serve as the foundation for our 2020 Conference.
The Effects of a Warm or Chilly Climate Toward Socioeconomic Diversity on Academic Motivation and Self-Concept. Browman, Alexander S., and Mesmin Destin. "The effects of a warm or chilly climate toward socioeconomic diversity on academic motivation and self-concept." Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 42.2 (2016): 172-187.
‘You end up doing the document rather than doing the doing’: Diversity, race equality and the politics of documentation. Ahmed, Sara. "‘You end up doing the document rather than doing the doing’: Diversity, race equality and the politics of documentation." Ethnic and racial studies 30.4 (2007): 590-609.
Photos from the 2019 FGLI Consortium Colloquium