The Scholar Is In is a program series for the temporary exhibition RACE: Are We So Different? Visitors can meet and talk with anthropologists, scientists, historians, sociologists, and other researchers about race, science, history, and society.
Join us for a chat with Tom Guglielmo, Associate Professor in the George Washington University’s American Studies Department. He will discuss his current research for a book tentatively titled Race War: World War II and the Crisis of American Democracy. He'll discuss his findings, including how race shaped the draft, military blood banks, and other stories in a multiracial synthesis of Americans during the war years.
Prof. Guglielmo's teaching and research interests include race and ethnic studies, immigration, and twentieth-century U.S. social, cultural, and political history. His book, White on Arrival: Italians, Race, Color, and Power in Chicago, 1890-1945, won the Allan Nevins Prize from the Society of American Historians and the Frederick Jackson Turner Award from the Organization of American Historians.
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Past The Scholar Is In programs (recorded for your exploration)
July 20th, 3-4pm: The Scholar Is In - Join Dr. Chacko, Associate Prof. of Geography and International Affairs and Chair of the Department of Geography at George Washington Universit. She is joining us to discuss her research on African and Asian immigrants to the United States and their racial, national and ethnic identities, as well as how immigrant communities create ethnic spaces in U.S. urban centers.
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