All meetings are from 12 noon to 1:30 pm. Lunch is served.
WGS MLK pre-doctoral fellow Nneka Dennie presents "From Abolition to Suffrage: Mary Ann Shadd Cary and Black Feminist Nationalism".
Anthropology MLK pre-doctoral fellow Kera Street presents “Everyday Purity: Black Evangelical Women and Living Right in a Digital Age"
Wednesday, April 4th 2018
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"Plantation Weddings and the Arc of Antebellum Desire"
Plantations wedding venues, particularly in the US South, spatially reconstruct antebellum slave mansions as serene sites of joy. This talk will examine the politics of race, gender, and patriarchy that center on the unfreedom of others.
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Elizabeth will present "Marry Out, Move Out: The Indian Act and Mohawk Girls." Channon will present "State Violence and Black Motherlines of Resistance Conceived from Disparate Roots." Location 14E-304