Center for the Study of Race & Ethnicity
UCSD Ethnic Studies Department Presents:

Race & Diaspora
Spring 2005 Colloquium Series
Wednesdays at 3:00 PM * Social Science Building *
Dean's Conference Room 107


Wednesday, April 6
Forced Labor: Race, Gender & Caring
Evelyn Nakano Glenn
Ethnic Studies Department, UC Berkeley
200C Discussant: Anna Kim

Wednesday, April 13
Diasporic Aesthetics, National Literatures, Partition Fictions
Rosemary George
Literature Department, UC San Diego
200C Discussant: Bing Aradanas

Wednesday, April 20
Ritual Revisions of 'Black Carib' Identity:
Garifuna Ancestral Worship in a Transnational Community

Michele Goldwasser
Communication & Anthropology Departments, UC San Diego
200C Discussant: Jewels Smith

Wednesday, April 27
Lifting as We Climb: Educated Chicanas' Views on Their Social Identities, Political Consciousness, & Commitment to Social Action
Aida Hurtado
Psychology Department, UC Santa Cruz
200C Discussant: Marta Luna

Wednesday, May 4
Digital Ethnography: The Empowering Potentials of New Media Toward Preservation & Historical Dislocation
Ramesh Srinivasan
Design Department, Harvard University
200C Discussant: Rebecca Kinney & Miget Bevaqua

Wednesday, May 11
19th Century Chinese Diaspora in Greater North America:
Transnational Migrant Identities & Nation-State Formation in Cuba, Mexico & the US West

Elliott Young
History Department, Lewis & Clark College
200C Discussant: Angela Kong

Wednesday, May 18
The Jewish Quarter as Global Chronopolis: Paris, Berlin, & London
Michel S. Laguerre
Director, Center for Globalization
& Information Technology, UC Berkeley
200C Discussant: Madel Ngiraingas, Marissa Hernandez

Wednesday, May 25 CANCELLED
Family, Governmentality, & Spectacle: Queer Diasporas in the Global City
Chandan Reddy
English Department, University of Washington
200C Discussant: Marissa Hernandez