Artist Gabriel García Roman will present a talk about Queer Icons on Tuesday, February 28 at Davis Chapel. A reception will take place from 5:00 – 6:00 pm, followed by his presentation. Sponsored by LGBTQ Center, Pro-Humanitate Institute, the Department of the Study of Religions, Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies Department, the Intercultural Center and […]
Please join us for Dr. Derek Hicks (Assistant Professor Divinity School) lecture ” Feeding Flesh and Spirit: Stories of Religion, Food and Resilience in the Black Faith Tradition” Wednesday, February 15 1:00 – 2:00 pm Z. Smith Reynolds Auditorium
Please, join us for a panel discussion about this touching and important topic. What will be the local impact? Helen Parsonage (Immigration Lawyer in Winston Salem) How does refugee and immigration integration work in the US? Hana Brown (Department of Sociology) What is the legal framework of the executive order? Margaret Taylor (Professor of Law) […]
Congratulations to School of Divinity and AES associate Professor Derek Hicks and students Rose O’Brien and Cazandra Rebollar for being named Wake Forest University’s 2017 Martin Luther King Jr. “Building the Dream” award winers. The award is presented to a professor or administrator and a student from both Wake Forest and Winston Salem State University […]
José Antonio Vargas is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and filmmaker whose work center on the changing American identity. He is the founder of Define American, a non-profit media and culture organization that seeks to elevate the conversation around immigration and citizenship in America and #EmergingUS, a multimedia news platform that focuses on race, immigration, and […]
The Where Are You From? Project presents Rupa Shenoy, a journalist and creator of Otherhood, a podcast on identity, children of migration, and diversity. Tuesday, October 11, 7:00 pm Annenberg Forum, Carswell 111
Thanks to all that attended the Close to Home event and congratulations to all panelists! Here are Professors Hana Brown (Sociology), Derek Hicks (School of Divinity) and Ronald Neal (Religion).
A Panel Discussion Sponsored by Wake Forest University School of Law’s Criminal Justice Program, the Black Law Students Association, the American Ethnic Studies Program, and the Wake Forest Sociology Department. Panelists Professor Hana Brown, WFU Sociology Department Professor Shannon Gilreath, WFU School of Law Professor Derek Hicks, WFU School of Divinity Professor Ronald Neal, WFU […]