The Center is committed to interdisciplinary and comparative approaches for understanding formations of race and ethnicity and their effects on human relations. It encourages scholarship that considers race and ethnicity as intersecting with class, gender, sexuality, religion, age, dis/ability, language, communication, migration and the environment. Work supported by the Center situates these discussions in local, regional, global, and transnational contexts. Students receiving support for research and other forms of experiential learning from the CCSRE may be asked to share their work. This can be offered in various ways, including a short written report or giving a presentation on the work.