Identity and Resistance in Global Contexts
Identity - individual, collective, cultural, and national - is one of the most important aspects of human life, yet its expression is often taken for granted. However, it is also an aspect that quickly becomes pronounced and debated in times of conflict.
Faculty from five colleges at Texas Tech, pictured below, are collaborating to address challenges related to population and conflict through classes, a symposium, an exhibition, a concert, and a digital archive.
Bottom row: Alec Cattell (PI, College of Arts & Sciences), Shelley Barba (University Libraries), Andrea Jonsson (A&S), Idoia Elola (A&S)
Top row: Kent Wilkinson (College of Media & Communication), Belinda Kleinhans (A&S), Sarai Brinker (School of Music), Julie Zook (College of Architecture)