The Standing Committee on Racism in the Anthropology Classroom is a mechanism through which students can bring concerns about classroom teaching and discussion of race and incidents of racism in the classroom in the anthropology department to the attention of the department. The committee will create departmental responses to incidents as they arise. Students bringing such incidents to the attention of any faculty in the department will be referred to the Committee.

This committee is made up of the department chair and one additional continuing member of the department. If an incident involves one of the members of the committee, students should approach the other member, and an ad hoc committee can be formed.

The Committee for 22-23 will be made up of Department Chair Winifred Tate ([email protected]) and Professor Mary Beth Mills ([email protected]).