The Graduate Institute of Liberal Arts, the Department of English, the Department of African American Studies, the Graduate Division of Religion, Science & Society, the Disability Studies Initiative, the Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry, the Provost’s Office, and the Hightower Fund at Emory University present CRITICAL JUNCTURE: Exploring the intersections of race, gender and disability.
CRITICAL JUNCTURE is a conference that seeks to foster discourse on identity, difference and inequality from a variety of cross-disciplinary and interdisciplinary perspectives. This conference invites engaged participation of researchers, scholars, community artists, and organizers whose work focuses on the impact of the relationship between social identities and the contexts within which they form. In particular, we will explore the interstices of identity and inequality that bring people into contact with institutional and cultural power in particular social spaces (e.g. workplaces, ‘public’ spaces, state institutions, educational systems, local and global economies, and health systems).
Emory Conference Center
Saturday, March 15-Sunday, March 16, 2014
Registration is open. Click here for the registration page!
Critical Juncture 2014
For those coming from out of town, there are several options near the Emory area. The Emory Conference Center, the site of the conference, has rooms from $139/night. Also nearby are: