George Mason University will conduct its 54th Spring Commencement virtually in accordance with public health recommendations on Friday, May 14. Information about the CHSS celebrations will be shared on the college's website and will be continually updated.
In a dialogue across disciplines, panelists consider how transnational and historical white supremacy and anti-blackness have helped to shape current forms of racism and violence, while setting the cultural and political terms for black liberation globally.
Members of the Anti-Racism Inclusive Excellence Taskforce, along with President Gregory Washington, invite your participation in the second of two virtual town hall meetings from 2:30 - 4:00 pm, Thursday, March 4.
Thursday, February 25, 2021 4:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Zoom Virtual Event
Please join us virtually for the first week of the Spring term, featuring a talk by Jamie McCallum on the historical development of labor time in the US toward ever increasing hours under neoliberalism and the arising movements of social opposition.
Members of The Anti-Racism Inclusive Excellence Taskforce, along with President Gregory Washington, invite your participation in the first of two virtual town hall meetings from 2-3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 23.
Alison Landsberg, director, Center for Humanities Research and professor of history and cultural studies; Gabrielle Tayac, associate professor of public history;
Andre Kamenshikov, regional coordinator of Eastern European Network of the Global Partnership on Preventing Armed Conflicts; and Peter Stearns, history professor Provost Emeritus, George Mason University.