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“The only lasting truth is Change.”


Associate Chair Elizabeth Archuleta shared the wisdom from Octavia Butler's Earthseed series to guide us through uncertainty and collective survival.

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Confidence, Curiosity, and Care


Student Convocation Speaker, Sanila Math, encouraged her fellow graduates to build confidence, curiosity, and care into their social advocacy and justice.

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Intersectional generosity


Dean Stockton opened Convocation with brief remarks to remind us all that Critical Race Theory and Theories of Children’s Gender and Sexuality are forms of generosity to us all, whoever we may be.

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2022 Convocation Recap


Congratulations to our newest Transform alumni! We couldn't be more proud of you and your accomplishments. We are here to celebrate your each and every move.

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Disability, Eco(in)justice, and Transnational Solidarity


Nirmala Erevelles draws on criticism to explain how the story of environmental (in)justice is tied to racialized, classed, casteist and ableist histories and discusses the implications for transformative praxis.

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2021 Convocation Recap


Congratulations, Class of 2020 & 2021! Rewatch our Convocation, browse through photos, and relive the celebratory day.

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The boundary-pushers and the visionaries


As the 2021 student convocation speaker, Sierra Holmes shared memories on how "Transform gives us a space to lean on and learn from each other."

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With whom do we do this work?


A degree or certificate in Transform is an act of transformational resistance and reimaging—and the world needs the analytics, relationality, and praxis you have studied and enacted.

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To Gether


Like you, our highly impressive students, we are devoted to learning to gether: to sense and acknowledge often unperceived gatherings: on this land, in our skins, through our sex and our genderings.

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Pedagogies for Indigeneity and Diaspora


For this two-part virtual symposium, speakers and attendees joined to expand the course offerings associated with the newly launched undergraduate certificate and contribute to the field of Pacific Studies via the Teaching Oceania Series.

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Transformative Perspectives

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