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2014 Race & Pedagogy Conference Keynote & Spotlight Speakers: A Resource Guide: Eduardo Bonilla-Silva

2014 National Race & Pedagogy Conference



 This guide provides links to selected writings by conference speakers at the 2014 Race and Pedagogy Conference held on the campus of the University of Puget Sound.

Books in the Library's Collection


Racism, Discrimination, Colorblindness, and Race Matters in Obamerica, a video of Eduardo Bonilla Silva speaking at the University of Pittsburgh

About the Speaker

Image source: Duke University

Faculty website, Duke University

A nationally recognized expert in race and social theory, Dr. Bonilla-Silva professor of sociology and chair of the sociology department at Duke University in Durham, N. C. His research areas include racial stratification, critical race methods and political sociology.

Contact Information

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