This series elevates research that inspires or demands new paradigms of human dignity. The title is borrowed from poet Claudia Rankine’s declaration, “I am invested in keeping present the forgotten bodies.” Each conversation provides models of relevant, necessary research that resists past patterns of exclusion and expands our sense of community. Authors will discuss recent projects, the process of writing as a political act and their vision for informing activism, policy and practice.

Future conversations to be announced.

Insisting on Immigrant Belonging, 46 and Beyond

February 22 | Zoom Registration | More Information

Remaking a Life: How Women Living with HIV/AIDS Confront Inequality