Seldom Screened Cinema Series 2013 - Let’s Talk About It – The Many Facets of Identity

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Performance and Presentations

The Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library presents the Seldom Screened Cinema: Identity: Perception, Social Misconception and Self-Determination. This years film series focuses on the many aspects of identity in the African American community and how identity is shaped by internal and external forces. The series will begin Monday, October 21st and will continue on Mondays until December 9th with a special wrap up conversation with Dr. Brenda Allen, Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity, University of Colorado at Denver.
For more information, visit http://aarl.denverlibrary.org/events_exhibits/index.html.

Special guest Dr. Brenda Allen, Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity, University of Colorado at Denver

Brenda J. Allen is Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Inclusion, and a Professor in the Department of Communication. Her research and teaching areas are organizational communication, diversity, group communication, and computer-mediated communication. Among her numerous publications is a groundbreaking book entitled Difference Matters: Communicating Social Identity (2nd Ed., 2011, Waveland Press). She serves as Master Mentor of the Tenure Track Faculty Mentoring Program at UCD. In addition, she presents keynote speeches and conducts workshops for various groups on a range of topics, including diversity, teamwork, self-empowerment, and presentational speaking.

Seldom Screened Cinema Series 2013 - Let’s Talk About It – The Many Facets of Identity