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How Do We Approach the Problem? Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Complexities of Race, Ethnicity, and Religion

September 5 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

“How Do We Approach the Problem? Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Complexities of Race, Ethnicity, and Religion” (Event with Moustafa Bayoumi)

How do experts from different fields approach important problems facing us today? Author Moustafa Bayoumi and UNC professors from across campus will discuss the complex issues raised by Bayoumi’s book, How Does it Feel to be a Problem?: Being Young and Arab in America. Faculty from the sciences and the humanities will join Bayoumi for a dynamic conversation of these issues and questions raised by the audience. This event is organized by UNC’s new Integrated Curricula Program, in conjunction with the 2017 Carolina Summer Reading Program.

Participants
Panelists: Moustafa Bayoumi, Author
Cemil Aydin, Professor of History
Juliane Hammer, Associate Professor of Islamic Studies
Mosi Ifatunji, Assistant Professor of Sociology
B. Keith Payne, Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience

Moderators
Cary Levine, Associate Professor of Contemporary Art History
Viji Sathy, Teaching Associate Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience

For a poster of the event, click here.

Details

Date:
September 5
Time:
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Venue

Stone Center Auditorium
150 South Road
Chapel Hill, NC United States