American Studies Spring Conference 2018: Twice Told Tales

Conference/Symposium | May 4 | 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. | Women's Faculty Club, Lounge

 American Studies

9:30 AM COFFEE

10:00 AM Richard Candida Smith (History) : Making Latin American Allies Visible: Genevieve Naylor's Photography Mission to Brazil, 1941-1943

10:40 Peter Glazer (Theatre): Americans in the Spanish Civil War, Berkeley 2016

11:20 Hertha Sweet Wong (English): Refracting the Ethnographic Gaze: A Zanzibari Explorer in England and a First Nation Trickster Interlocutor in Canada.

BREAK

2:00 PM Louise Mozingo (Landscape Architecture): “Drains to the Bay”: East Bay Creeks and the Remaking of Urban Watersheds

2:40 Caitlin Rosenthal (History): Accounting for Slavery: Masters and Management

3:20 Stephanie E. Jones-Rogers (History): Rethinking Sexual Violence and the Marketplace of Slavery: White Women, the Slave Market and Enslaved People’s Sexualized Bodies in the Nineteenth-Century South.



4:00 WINE AND CHEESE RECEPTION

 amerstd@berkeley.edu, 510-642-9320