Danielle Olden : "Racial Uncertainties"
September 20, 2023
Time & Location: 1 PM | The Obert C. & Grace A. Tanner Humanities Center Jewel Box
Danielle Olden is Associate Professor of History at the University of Utah. She received her Ph.D. in modern U.S. history at Ohio State University in 2013. She recently completed her first book, Racial Uncertainties: Mexican Americans, School Desegregation, and the Making of Race in Post-Civil Rights America. Her publications have appeared in Western Historical Quarterly and Qualitative Inquiry, as well as the forthcoming volume Beyond the Borders of the Law: Critical Legal Histories of the North American West (edited by Katrina Jagodinsky and Pablo Mitchell). Her scholarship has been supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities, the University of Utah Tanner Humanities Center, the Charles Redd Center for Western Studies at Brigham Young University, and the Ohio State University Graduate School, among others.
Tickets will be available starting August 30.
PARTNERS & SPONSORS:
R. Harold Burton Foundation
The King's English Book Shop
College Of Humanities
- The Lasting Effects of Redlining in Salt Lake City, Daily Utah Chronicle article
- How immigration in the US has changed over the centuries, KSL article
- Reimagining the Latinx Experience in America, Danielle R. Olden, Racial Uncertainties YouTube Video
- Becoming Minority: Mexican Americans, Race, and the Legal Struggle for Educational Equity in Denver, Colorado, JSTOR article
- Why People Need to Watch The Presidential Debates, According to These Two U Professors, Daily Utah Chronicle article