Yolanda T. Moses: Origins of Social Inequality in Complex Societies

Professor of Anthropology, Vice Provost for Conflict Resolution, and the Special Assistant to the Chancellor for Excellence and Diversity, University of California, Riverside
Sunday, February 19, 2012: 12:00 PM-12:45 PM
Ballroom A (VCC West Building)
Dr. Moses is a nationally recognized expert on cultural diversity. Her research focuses on the broad question of what are the origins of social inequality in complex societies through comparative ethnographic and survey methods. She has explored gender and class disparities in Caribbean and East Africa. More recently her research has focused on issues of diversity and change in universities and colleges in the United States, India, and South Africa. She is currently involved with a national public education project funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation and the Ford Foundation on the meaning of race in everyday life.
Yolanda T. Moses, University of California, Riverside
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