Multi Ethnic Week Keynote Address – The Multiracial Movement

Jungmiwha Bullock

Thursday, 14 Apr 2005 at 8:00 pm – UDCC Multipurpose Room

Jungmiwha Bullock is Irvine Fellow at the University of Southern California in the interdisciplinary Program of American Studies & Ethnicity. She focuses on transnational "multiracial/ethnic" discourse, with current interests relating to political mobilization and constructions of political participation within the Multiracial Movement. She has a masters in International Education from NYU, and dual undergraduate degrees in Public Relations/Advertising and Marketing from Penn State University. She is currently completing her doctorate at USC.

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