Yale’s Center for the Study of Race, Indigeneity, and Transnational Migration is devoted to advancing intellectual work related to Ethnic Studies fields; to intersectional race, gender, and sexuality research; and to Native and diasporic communities both in the United States and other countries.

Located in William L. Harkness Hall (WLH), 100 Wall Street, the Center houses Yale’s Ethnicity, Race, and Migration program (located in 35 Broadway) and is the new home for the academic journal Social Text (located in HGS, 320 York Street).



December 1, 2016
Learn more about these opportunities by following the links to the 2nd Annual Yale Native Storytellers Contest, sponsored by the Yale Indigenous Performing Arts Program, and...
December 1, 2016
Matthew F. Jacobson, William Robertson Coe Professor of American Studies & History, Professor of African American Studies, and chair of the  Ethnicity, Race &...
November 18, 2016
Just two days after the end of an election season in which immigration was a top issue, historian Mireya Loza spoke to students and faculty about the Bracero Program, a...