City Walks on the History of Racism in Uppsala
During this fall CEMFOR offers city walks on the history of racism in Uppsala.
The purpose of this city walk is to raise awareness of Uppsala's history of racism.
We intend to show the global and local history of racism through a selection of places, including the location for the State Institute for Racial Biology and which effects its activities have had for the development of racism and race theory worldwide. For each walk we have also invited a lecturer who will hold a longer presentation at one of the stops.
Date and time
The city walks will take place on four Sundays during September and October, where we meet up in front of Carolina Rediviva's entrance. The city walk will take approximately 1,5-2 hours.
NB: Fully booked all city walks
Sunday 15/9 1pm
Sunday 22/9 1pm
Sunday 29/9 1pm
Sunday 13/10 1pm
Note: The guiding will be held in Swedish.