Working for the Race: Black Scholars, Invisible Labor, and the Baggage of Creating Space

“Critical Histories, Activist Futures: Science, Medicine and Racial Violence,” a conference hosted by Yale University in February 2017, was a welcome departure from the Anglo-centrism dominating the fields of the History of Science and Medicine (HS&M). Focusing on the history of knowledge production, dissemination, and professionalization using objects, practices, and ideas, these historical subfields too … Continue reading Working for the Race: Black Scholars, Invisible Labor, and the Baggage of Creating Space