The Dartmouth Consortium of Studies in Race,Migration, and Sexuality
RMS is an interdisciplinary research and teaching initiative aimed at deepening social and cultural analyses of worlds and works shaped by the colonial and transnational forces of race, migration, and sexuality.
Arrow (2015) Image courtesy of artist Chitra Ganesh.
WEBINAR: STATE VIOLENCE AND THE LATEST PANDEMIC
RMS Statement on U.S. Social Unrest
“At this time of societal crises, we, the faculty members of the Dartmouth Consortium of Studies in Race, Migration, and Sexuality want to reiterate our resolute stance against anti-Blackness and all forms of racism and xenophobia, and to urge awareness of the long history of state-authorized, unpunished killing of African American men, women, trans men and trans women that is central to the public’s current outrage.”
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The RMS Team
Learn more about the driving force behind the planning and maintainace of the RMS program and organization.
RMS Founding Faculty
Dartmouth faculty dedicated to the Consortium’s advancement and intellectual engagement in the academic community.
RMS Faculty Associates
Dartmouth faculty from a wide-range of departments and areas invested in advancing Consortium’s mission.
RMS Post-Doctoral Collective
Dartmouth’s post-doctoral community engaged in conversations of race, migration, and sexuality.
RMS National Collective
Non-Dartmouth scholars dedicated to creating an interdisciplinary engagement with the Consortium.
A Field of Ideas in Race, Migration, and Sexuality
The Consortium’s curricular mission brings together intersectional epistemologies of race and ethnicity, gender and sexuality, indigeneity and migration to foster transnational and decolonial thinking through a proposed minor or modified major in Comparative Race, Migration and Sexuality in the 2020-2021 year.