The Center for the Study of Race, Indigeneity, and Transnational Migration (RITM) hosts a number of faculty-led working groups that focus on topics related to race, indigeneity, and transnational migration and a Faculty Fellows program that supports teaching and research by early-career scholars at Yale.
Established in 2016, the RITM Faculty Fellows initiative supports teaching and research by early-career and non-tenure track, scholars at Yale working on issues related to race, indigeneity, and transnational migration. Fellows provide peer advising to one another, read works-in-progress, discuss career strategies, and build the Center’s faculty community. Fellows also provide the Director guidance throughout the year as well as a year-end report with recommendations for the Center’s future development.
Faculty-led Working Groups
The Center aims to support faculty-led working groups that are innovative and interdisciplinary, and that will yield measurable results. Working groups meet regularly over the course of the year.