Episode Three: Race (Keywords in Modernity) by The Potomac Center for the Study of Modernity published on 2017-07-09T22:06:46Z "Keywords in Modernity" is an experimental podcast program developed by the Potomac Center for the Study of Modernity, based in Washington, DC. Intended to complement and augment the Potomac Center's academic symposia, which regularly bring together scholars from different disciplines to build a robust conversation across history, the humanities, and the social sciences, each episode of "Keywords in Modernity" features the voices of several scholars discussing the history and meaning of a single keyword. The podcast episodes are designed especially for faculty members, researchers, and university students who may be interested in exploring the specific terminologies and dimensions of modernism and the contemporary state of scholarship across academic fields. The podcast's title and concept are loosely based on Raymond Williams's classic 1976 text, "Keywords: A Vocabulary of Culture and Society." Speakers in Episode 3, on "Race"— Renée Ater, Associate Professor, Art History, University of Maryland Sylvia Chong, Associate Professor, English and American Studies, University of Virginia Thomas Guglielmo, Associate Professor, American Studies, George Washington University For more information, visit thepotomaccenter.org.