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Symposium: Reimagining Afro-Latinidad (CLAS Working Group)

This event seeks to raise issues relevant to the African American and Latina/o community in the 21stcentury. More specifically, this symposium seeks to reimagine the way in which racial coalitions, racial ideologies, and race relations are conceptualized in the United States. 
Opening Presentation
Samy Alim (Chair of African and African American Studies)
Gary Segura (Chair of Chicana/Chicano Studies)
Graduate Panel
Sylvia Zamora (PhD Candidate, UCLA Sociology)
Casey Nichols  (PhD Candidate, Stanford History)
Book Talks
Gaye Johnson (UCSB, PhD, Professor of Black Studies) Professor Johnson will be giving a talk on her book, Spaces of Conflict, Sounds of Solidarity.
Mark Sawyer (UCLA, PhD, Professor of Political Science) Professor Sawyer will be giving a talk on his book, Just Neighbors?
End Note
Walter Thompson-Hernandez, Master’s Candidate in Latin American Studies, Stanford

Details

When:

Thursday, April 24, 2014. 02:00 PM

Where:

Levinthal Hall, 424 Santa Teresa Street

Sponsor:

Center for Latin American Studies, Humanities Center, African & African American Studies, Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity
wthdz@stanford.edu

Admission:

Free and open to the public