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Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies


Dr. Stacie McCormick

PROFESSOR STACIE MCCORMICK Dr. Stacie McCormick is a Literary Scholar, Associate Professor of English, Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies (CRES) and, Women and Gender Studies at Texas Christian University. In addition, Dr. McCormick serves as the Director of the African American and Africana Studies (AAAS) Minor/Emphasis. Dr. Stacie McCormick’s research and scholarship are primarily centered… Read more »


The Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies Awards recognize students, faculty, staff, and community partners who have made extraordinary contributions to the CRES program’s mission. Eligibility criteria are listed in the submission form. NOMINATIONS CLOSE APRIL5TH AT 5 P.M. If you have any questions, e-mail Rosangela Boyd (r.boyd,CRES Programming Committee Chair.


Dr. Peter Carlo Becerra

PROFESSOR DR. PETER CARLO BECERRA, CRES VISITING ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR Dr. Peter Carlo Becerra preferred to sit outside as we discussed his arrival at TCU and all that preceded. The afternoon sun pushed temperatures to the brink of scathing, but shaded by a small tree between Rees-Jones Hall and the library, we left much of the… Read more »

Professor Luis Romero Featured On CBS News

  Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies Assistant Professor, Dr. Luis Romero, speaks on the issue of expansive detention and deportation in response to 9/11. Dr. Romero’s report focuses on the nation’s failed immigration system describing the initial laws that failed to prevent events like 9/11 are being used to criminalize migrants. Moreover, Dr. Luis Romero… Read more »

Past CRES Chair Max Krochmal Named Distinguished Lecturer 2021

Congratulations to Dr. Max Krochmal, Associate Professor of History and founding Chair of Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies on being appointed by the Organization of American Historians’ as “Distinguished Lecturer”. The new lectures are now part of almost 600 prominent scholars that discuss pertinent and perplexing issues across the nation on every aspect of American… Read more »

3rd Annual Black Women’s History Forum Featuring Dr. Gloria House

CRES and WGST are proud to welcome Dr. Gloria House (aka Aneb Kgositsile) for her talk, “Voting Rights and Black Power: A Personal Journey From SNCC to Detroit.” Dr. House is a veteran of the Civil Rights Movement who organized for voting rights in Lowndes County and other parts of Alabama as a member of… Read more »

CRES News Digest, Vol. 5, Issue 6

Welcome to the CRES News Digest! We are eager to spread any good news, perspectives, and events that our students, faculty, or staff have to share with the larger TCU and Fort Worth community. If you would like to share any CRES-related events, publications, volunteer opportunities, jobs, internships, or conference information in the next CRES… Read more »