Our About page has resources and videos that discuss the history and intent of the AC requirement. Our Spotlight page features some AC faculty discussing the AC courses that they teach.
Hey Students! Take advantage of our programming by taking courses offered across campus, being a member of our Student Advisory Board or applying for the Student Prize for projects you have developed in your AC courses.
The American Cultures Center is proud to offer faculty exciting opportunities such as the possibility to receive a grant to continue, or create an American Cultures course, be awarded for excellence in teaching, and even become a Chancellor's Public Scholar!
The American Cultures Engaged Scholarship (ACES) Program provides opportunities for students, faculty and community organizations to collaborate on cutting edge research projects associated with some of the nation's most pressing social issues.
Teaching in Troubled Times is a series of timely dialogues elevating some of the most pressing social and political questions that enter our lives and our classrooms that have fermented vibrant discussion and delivered ‘on-the-ground’ tools to support our students’ complex lives.
The Creative Discovery Fellows program fills a critical gap on our campus, by helping instructors incorporate digital tools into the curriculum and supporting students to use them effectively, in ways that are personally meaningful and also serve the public good.
June 10th, 2020
3:00 - 7:00 PM
Troy Duster, Chancellor's Professor, Founding Director, The Institute for the Study of Social Change, and Former Director, The AC Center
Juana María Rodríguez, Chair and Faculty, Department of Ethnic Studies
Lok Siu, Faculty, Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies
Ramón Grosfoguel, Faculty, Chicano/Latino Studies
Elsadig Elsheikh, Director of the Global Justice Program, Othering & Belonging Institute
Keiko Yamanaka, Faculty, Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies
Trina Thompson, Faculty, Department of Ethnic Studies
Harvey C Dong, Faculty, Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies
Hatem Bazian, Faculty, Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies
Rasheed El Shabazz, Masters of City Planning Candidate, College of Environmental Design
Babalwa Kwanele, The African American Holistic Resource Center
Perfecta Oxholm, Ph.D. Candidate, Goldman School of Public Policy
This event is co-sponsored by Arts and Ideas Live Online, The Department of Ethnic Studies, Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies, and Islamophobia Research and Documentation Project.