Dr. Dawkins gives Book Expo America a sneak peek of her new book Clearly Invisible: Racial Passing and the Color of Cultural Identity.
Over the last couple of weeks, Professors Marcia Alesan Dawkins and Walter David Greason had a conversation about several of the issues in their lives, in their research, in the academy, and around the world. They are proud to share their ideas with you.
With the upcoming political conventions, candidates are banking not only on their platforms to win over voters, but on their personalities. Listen here.
Dr. Dawkins makes her film debut by discussing racial passing, the Census, and multiracial identities in Eli Steele's exciting documentary about the mixed experience, New Americans: Rise of the Multiracials.
Meet Digital Sisterhood Leader Marcia Alesan Dawkins, Ph.D., a citizen of the world with something to say! In the world of academia, Marcia is a visiting scholar at Brown University. When she leaves academia, she shares her gifts and opinions as an author, blogger, columnist, and speaker.
Dr. Dawkins gives Belmont University a sneak peek of her latest research on the rhetoric of hacking, hacktivism, and hip-hop at the 2012 Social Science Symposium.
A Browner America: Marcia Alesan Dawkins says an increase in nonwhite births doesn't automatically mean more social justice. Dr. Dawkins talked to The Root about the significance of America's becoming a browner nation for a series of interviews focused on whether, and why, we should pay attention to these demographic changes. She talks about her new book Clearly Invisible and her extensive writing on racial identity as expressions of her interest in "how people figure out who they are and how they connect with others," and has warned against rushing to assume that demographic changes will do away with America's troubled racial past.
Clutch Magazine covers Dr. Dawkins's interview with Washington Post's The Root on the growing “tan generation” and what it means for America.
Dr. Dawkins explains how NYU's Washington Square Park inspired her with the idea for looking at passing in her new book Clearly Invisible: Racial Passing and the Color of Cultural Identity.
Dr. Dawkins kicks it with Nashville's Media Maven @DrSyb about Clearly Invisible and answers the controversial question,"Are you passing?"