On Wednesday, April 26 the fifth annual Atlanta Studies Symposium, entitled “Rethinking Equity in Atlanta” will be taking place at the Robert W. Woodruff Library of the Atlanta University Center and we hope you can join us for what looks to be an exciting day of discussions.
In addition to five sessions of concurrent panels covering a wide array of topics, the symposium will feature a catered plenary roundtable at noon entitled “The Past, Present, and Possible Futures of Atlanta Studies: Re-Centering the Legacy of W.E.B. DuBois.”
The symposium will conclude with a keynote at 6pm from Prof. Zandria F. Robinson of Rhodes College, entitled “Atlanta, The Black Map, and Chocolate City Sociology” which will be followed by a reception.
The full program is now available here: Atlanta Studies Symposium 2017 Program – Print
Please register at the following link if you plan to attend (including if you are a presenter or moderator): https://goo.gl/forms/1hv1G8Jxqq4VaMM33.