CMU English Spring Book Salon 2019 - "The Invention of Whiteness:" Exploring David Brown's ENGLISH AND EMPIRE and the Intersection of Race, Visual Data and Stigmatized Language | Posner Hall, Carnegie Mellon University | Literary | Pittsburgh City Paper
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CMU English Spring Book Salon 2019 - "The Invention of Whiteness:" Exploring David Brown's ENGLISH AND EMPIRE and the Intersection of Race, Visual Data and Stigmatized Language 

When: Tue., April 30, 12-1:30 p.m.
Phone: 412-268-5131
Email: ajanuzzi@andrew.cmu.edu
Price: Free
www.cmu.edu/dietrich/english/news/events/index.html
The Invention of Whiteness: Exploring David Brown's ENGLISH AND EMPIRE and the Intersection of Race, Visual Data and Stigmatized Language Featuring: Richard Purcell (CMU English); Alex Reinhart (CMU Statistics & Data Science); Amanda Godley (Pitt School of Education); and David Brown (CMU English) Lunch provided. RSVP preferred but not required. Join our Spring Book Salon 2019 for a multi-faceted set of presentations around David Brown's ENGLISH AND EMPIRE (nominated for the MLA Prize for a First Book). Each speaker will address an aspect of the work, including race, data analysis, and how stigmatized dialects are taught in American classrooms.

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