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- Frank B. Wilderson III, Ph.D. on Racism & The Trayvon Martin Controversoy and Dr. Brian David Goldberg on Anti-semetism & Carnage in Toulouse France
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- Dr. Frank B. Wildersonâ€™s work explores cinema's formal and narrative "awareness" of political ontology by bringing two disparate modes of representation into conversation with one another: (1) the cinema of Red, White, and Black directors and (2) three traditions of epistemological reflection: Humanism (feminism, Marxism, psychoanalysis); Indigenism (meditations on sovereignty and genocide); and Social Death (meditations on the accumulation and fungibility of Black bodies).
Dr. Brian David Goldberg is Co-Chair of the Political Science Department and Assistant Professor in American Government. He teaches Introduction to Political Science and Introduction to American Government along with upper division courses in United States Politics. In addition to teaching, Dr. Goldberg is the CEO of a local nonprofit, Casa de la Familia (www.casadelafamilia.org) and is an elected member of the Beverly Hills Unified School District Board of Education.