CORVALLIS, Ore. — The Oregon State University Anthropology Lecture Series opens its fall season with “Visioning OSU as an anti-racist institution” by OSU Chief Diversity Officer Charlene Alexander.
In response to the recent events exposing racial inequities and systemic racism across the nation, OSU’s Office of Institutional Diversity is focusing their work on what it means to be an anti-racist institution and advancing and supporting the university’s efforts to achieve that. Alexander’s lecture will discuss seeing and changing the world from an anti-racist perspective.
The live virtual event will be held at 12 p.m. Friday, Oct. 2.
The fall series continues through Dec. 4 and is free and open to all. It will feature national and international guest speakers giving 30-45 minute lectures via Zoom. All events will start at 12 p.m.
The School of Language, Culture and Society within the College of Liberal Arts is the primary sponsor of the lecture series. The Office of Institutional Diversity is co-sponsoring the fall portion of the series. The lectures focus on cutting edge research, current events and other projects that resonate with the OSU anthropology community. To speak at or co-sponsor the lecture series in a future term, please email Shaozeng Zhang at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To join a virtual lecture, please enter Zoom meeting ID 918 8649 8232 with password 8c574f. To request accommodations relating to a disability, please contact Nick Blum at 541-737-4515, preferably at least one week in advance.
About the OSU College of Liberal Arts: The College of Liberal Arts includes the fine and performing arts, humanities and social sciences, making it one of the largest and most diverse colleges at OSU. The college's research and instructional faculty members contribute to the education of all university students and provide national and international leadership, creativity and scholarship in their academic disciplines.