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October 20: Humanities Futures - Translations

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Humanities Futures: Translations Tuesday, October 20, 2015 - 10:00am - 4:30pm FHI Garage - C105, Bay 4, Smith Warehouse A Humanities Futures event featuringā€¦
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Library Trial

Race Relations Abstracts is now on trial for Duke University Libraries. It will be available until October 22, 2015 on the Database Trials pageā€¦
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The 2015 Symposium is aimed at contributing to the continuing dialogue on promoting the potential of Black boys and men, with a focus on the role of family. The annual Symposium gathers distinguished researchers, young scholars and students, policy-makers, and health and human service providers.

Featured Topics

  •  Challenges facing Black males in the U.S. across the lifecourse

  •  The role of families in the well-being of African American males

  •  Implications of family research for policy and practice

Visit our website for a detailed description of the Symposium and to register.

The 2015 Symposium is jointly organized by Penn State faculty: Susan McHale, Director of the Social Science Research Institute; Valarie King, Professor of Sociology, Demography and Human Development; Jennifer Van Hook, Director of the Population Research Institute and Professor of Sociology and Demography; Linda Burton, Dean of Social Sciences at Duke University, and Dorian Burton of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice at Harvard Law School, and co-founder of TandemED.