Identity and Resistance in Global Contexts
Identity - in all its individual and collective facets - is one of the most important and complex aspects of human life, yet it is easy to take identity for granted. Because identity is often a central factor in human conflicts, it is important to study and discuss it from multiple perspectives. Faculty from six colleges at Texas Tech University, pictured here, are collaborating to address global challenges related to population and conflict through university classes, symposia, exhibitions, free concerts, and a permanent digital archive. Click on the tabs above to explore project outcomes and upcoming events.
Front row: Andrea Jonsson (College of Arts & Sciences), Belinda Kleinhans (A&S), Sarai Brinker (School of Music), Shelley Barba (University Libraries), Alec Cattell (A&S, Principal Investigator). Back row: Kent Wilkinson (College of Media & Communication), Joe Hodes (Honors College), Julie Zook (College of Architecture)