LSU Lunchtime Roundtable Series to Discuss Racial Theories in Library & Information Science Education
BATON ROUGE – The LSU School of Education Lunchtime Roundtable Lecture Series will host “Critical Racial Theories, Community Cultural Wealth and Cross-Cultural Coalitions: Centering Race in Library and Information Science Education” on Friday, Nov. 30, from noon until 1 p.m. in 225 Peabody Hall.
“Critical Race Theories, Community Cultural Wealth and Cross-Cultural Coalitions” will be presented by Robin Kurz, assistant professor in the LSU School of Library and Information Science, and allows for an hour of critical thought and rousing discussion. All lectures are open to the public, and a light lunch will be provided.
Sponsored by the Curriculum Theory Project, the Lunchtime Roundtable Lecture Series is an effort to engage the entire College of Human Sciences and Education. It serves to allow members to learn from fellow colleagues and to present works-in-progress to the scholastic community.
The School of Education is one of six schools realigned to form the new LSU College of Human Sciences & Education, joining the School of Human Resource Education and Workforce Development, the School of Kinesiology, the School of Library and Information Science, the School of Social Work, and the University Laboratory School.