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Guest Talk with Professor Catherine Ceniza Choy

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Date: 
Thursday, February 16, 2017 - 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Location: 
341 Dwinelle, Level F/G

Critical Black Fabulation: Gender, Genre, Aesthetics

The Critical Black Fabulation (CBF) working group considers how black cultural producers have reimagined the past and reimagined the present.

The Critical Black Fabulation (CBF) working group considers how black cultural producers have reimagined and revised the past, staging alternative futures and possibilities for the present. Critical Black Fabulation meets periodically to discuss selected reading and members work, and brings in guest scholars and artists from around the world.

Transnational & Ethnic American Studies

A group to foster interdisciplinary conversation about postcolonial and transnational methods of scholarly inquiry in American Studies.

The Transnational & Ethnic American Studies working group (TEASWG) fosters interdisciplinary conversation about transnational, postcolonial, and decolonial methods of scholarly inquiry.

Muslim Identities and Cultures

A group to study Muslim identities and cultures from multiple standpoints.

The Muslim Identities and Cultures working group studies Muslim identities and cultures from multiple standpoints, including but not limited to: race, gender, queer (of color) theory, nationalism, critical cultural geography, etc. The primary objective is to study not only the impacts of 9/11 on Muslim individuals and communities through these lenses, but also the “racialization” of Muslims in the United States and abroad. In particular, the working group has been researching the intersections of “anti-terrorist/terrorism” initiatives around the world.

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