Keynote speaker: 10:00- 11:30

J. Lorand Matory (Duke University)

Title: “BDSM as an Afro-Atlantic Religion: or, Free to Be a Slave”


Panelists: 12:30-2:45

Zaire Dinzey-Flores (Rutgers), “In-conspicuous Race: Built Urban Inequality in Latina/x/o América”

Maragrita Huayhua (UMass, Dartmouth), “On the road of life; Social interaction and racial hierarchy in the southern Andes”

Ana Liberato (University of Kentucky) “Reflections about Dominican Racism”


Graduate Student Presentations: 3:00-5:00

--Victoria Beall (Political Science) “Representation on the Right: Unpacking Conservative Women's Political Representation”

--Robert Bell (Linguistics), “Perception of Afro-Costa Rican Speech”

--Lindsey Funke (Geography), “Weaponizing Transparency in Oaxaca”

--Helen Rabello Kras (Political Science), “The Political Consequences of Violence Against Women: How Victims and Non-Victims Form their Opinions about the Government”

--Alberto Ortiz Brito (anthropology), “Reutilization of Olmec Monuments during the Classic Period in Gulf Coast of México”

--Megan Parker (anthropology), “Investigations of Indigenous Household Economies Before and After the Spanish Conquest in the Northern Basin of Mexico”


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