Interdisciplinary, Gender, and Ethnic Studies News
Interdisciplinary, Gender, and Ethnic Studies allows students to create degree programs from courses across disciplinary boundaries, including cultural studies, linguistic studies, Asian studies, Latin American studies, multi-disciplinary studies, and social science studies.
Current Interdisciplinary, Gender, and Ethnic Studies News
A collection of news stories highlighting the experts and events at UNLV.
Sustained recruitment efforts lead to increased diversity of students and faculty.
A sampling of university experts who sounded off on the year’s monumental movements surrounding race, ethnicity, and gender.
A collection of news stories highlighting the election, COVID-19, and scientific discovery at UNLV.
Professor Tyler D. Parry expanded his reading list in 2020 to understand this summer's racial reckoning, and look to tomorrow.
Diversity, safety, and success become the foundation for UNLV.
Interdisciplinary, Gender, and Ethnic Studies In The News
As the nation faces ongoing threats of white supremacist violence and voter suppression legislation, the Zinn Education Project released an open letter signed by more than 180 prominent scholars of U.S. history urging school districts to devote more time and resources to teaching the Reconstruction era in upper elementary, middle, and high school U.S. history and civics courses.
On this episode Dr. Erika Abad interviews artists Lance L. Smith and Brent Holmes about their exhibitions currently on view at the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art.
Introducing legislation Wednesday that would abolish the death penalty in Nevada, Democratic Assemblyman Steve Yeager warned that the hearing would turn “emotional and difficult.”
Over the past few years many Nevadans have sought to pursue a better future by seriously reckoning with the state’s history of racial discrimination. Radio programs and public forums have held critical discussions surrounding the legacies of “sundown towns” in Northern Nevada and the problem of police brutality in Clark County’s recent past, alongside debates over the presence of Confederate symbols in a state once called the “Mississippi of the West.”
Latinx is an alternative description for a Latino or Hispanic person but is the term catching on? The gender neutral word is meant to be more inclusive.
A podcast at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas is using Black History Month as an opportunity to bring awareness to racism.