On March 23, 2023 Carlton Mackey facilitated a conversation with renowned photographers Jim Alexander and Tom Dorsey. This event was presented by Emory University’s Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library and Michael C. Carlos Museum, in partnership with the Atlanta Preservation Center’s
Eladio Abreu, senior lecturer of biology with Amina S. McIntyre, playwright Bioethics and Vulnerable Populations class created a series of short films centering actual cases of injustice in the healthcare. Alternative Medicine, A Missing Heart, Misgivings, and Race and Recovery
Paul Bhasin, director of orchestral studies, music, with Sierra King, artist and archivist I Will Remember You I WILL REMEMBER YOU is a speculative narrative and archival installation in collaboration with Emory University Symphony Orchestra. This work is in response to African-American
Meredith Schweig, assistant professor of ethnomusicology, with John E. Doyle Jr., storyteller and actor Our film comprises excerpts from digital stories that MUS 461w class participants created to reflect on the complex relationship between ethnography and social justice. Their challenge was
Ellie Schainker, Arthur Blank Family Foundation Associate Professor of Modern European Jewish History with Alex Mari, durational artist This course explores the global history of antisemitism from antiquity to the present. Drawing on the long history of antisemitism and the durational art
Emily Burchfield, Department of Environmental Sciences, with Elizabeth Jarrett, experiential designerEnvironmental Data Science This multimedia map is composed of work students did throughout the entire semester, but focuses on four specific assignments. While the technical side of this class requires
Emory 2021 Arts & Social Justice fellowship presents a unique collaboration between local Atlanta artist Stephanie Brown, Dr. Rasheeta Chandler, and six PhD in nursing students taking course NRSG 705 – Endogenous & Exogenous Determinants of Human Health.
Disruptive and conduct disorder diagnosis bias and the school to prison pipeline: Creative and compassionate interventions for BIPOC children
Shaquita Starks, Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, with Miranda Kyle, curator Additional collaborators Mr. Totem is an Atlanta-based, world-renowned graffiti artist and muralist. He specializes in large-scale community-themed murals, including multiple 200-foot neighborhood wall commissions by various cities in
Ellen Ott Marshall, Candler School of Theology, with Indya Childs, dancer and choreographer About the Course ES 673: Voices of Nonviolence This course offers an introduction to theories, theologies, and practice of nonviolence by studying the life and work of
Sean Meighoo, Department of Comparative Literature, with Lee Osorio, actor and playwright About the Course CPLT 752R Anticolonial Thought and Art in the Caribbean The various struggles that were directed against European colonialism around the world duringthe nineteenth and twentieth
Take a peek at the inaugural cohort of Arts & Social Justice fellows and the projects they conceived with students and faculty in the fall semester of 2020.
Actor and playwright Olivia Dawson invited Goizueta Business School students in Allison Burdette’s business law course to confront their personal experiences of discrimination as an exercise in empathy building.