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ASA Sessions at a Glance | Session Subject Index | Wednesday, November 16 |
Thursday, November 17 | Friday, November 18 | Saturday, November 19 | Sunday, November 20

This is a snapshot of the program as it existed on October 1, 2016. The most up-to-date version of the program can be found online at theasa.net. Please note that Session Numbers (not page numbers) are shown below.

 

18th Century

Imperial Legacies and Island Territorialization 315

Decolonizing Home 412

19th Century

Home/Not Home on the Water: Early American Currents of Animacy, Disability, and Ecology 011

Cultures of White Supremacy 048

Monstrous Histories of U.S. Reproductive Debates 063

Home Spaces: Representing Domestic Vulnerability 083

A Home, Not Here: Misplaced Linguistic-Political Genealogies in the Americas 086

From Sand Creek: Simon Ortiz and the Poetry of Memory and Hope 087

Finding a Home in the Church 126

Animal Insights: Theorizing the Nonhuman 131

Color Before 1900 137

Material Culture Caucus: Brotherhood Commodified: Material Dimensions of American Fraternal Orders 151

Material Culture Caucus: The Material Culture of Home-Making: Desire, Fantasy, and Possibility in the American Interior 202

Crafting Freedom, Conjuring Home 204

Queer Adventures: National Identity and Belonging in 19th c. American Literature 229

Re-Imag(in)ing the West: Visual Cultures of the West and the Negotiation of Home/Not Home 248

Imperial Practices of Public Health 309

Imperial Legacies and Island Territorialization 315

Unraveling Home: Critiques of the Domestic Imaginary 379

America's Test Kitchen: Food and Foodways 385

Utopian Activity at the Fin de Siècle as a Search for Home 387

Home on the Run: Fugitivity, Marronage, Homelessness 389

Race, Property, and Place 420

20th Century

Bringing it Home: Military Expansionism and the Domestic Imaginary 020

Agrarian Imaginaries 026

From Tourists to Pilgrims: Transnational Travel, Religious Longing, and the Forging of Imperial Intimacies 028

A Woman's Place is Never Far From Home: Women's Labor and Domesticity's Continuing Pull 038

Display Houses: Public Histories of Homes and Homelands 046

You Can't Go Home Again: Slavery, Displacement, and Black Belonging 065

Imagining Peoples through Comic Books 066

Domesticating the "Wilderness" 068

The Politics of Space and Belonging in the Fortress City 072

Home Spaces: Representing Domestic Vulnerability 083

Reading Against the Carceral Archive 125

Colorado: Home on the Front Range 176

Indigenous Cityscapes 180

Never Innocent: Critical Race Studies of Youth 183

Crafting Freedom, Conjuring Home 204

No Place Like Home: Disciplining Girlhood 208

Re-Imag(in)ing the West: Visual Cultures of the West and the Negotiation of Home/Not Home 248

No Nostalgia for the Future: Rethinking Domesticity in 20th-Century U.S. Literature and Film 258

Digital Intimacies 259

Homefronts 275

Non-Fictions of Race: Post-War Writing Genres 281

Bad Housekeeping: Black Womanhood, Domestic Unrest, and Re-thinking Home 284

Towards an Intellectual History of Black Power 306

Other Domesticities: Alternative Constructions of "Home" in Twentieth-Century America 307

Imperial Legacies and Island Territorialization 315

Technologies of Race: Racial Projections, Racial Play 333

No Safe Home: Cold War Radicals in Diaspora 341

Gentrification, (Re)Settlement, and Cultures of Resistance 343

Roots Routes: The Travel of Sonic Americana 348

Post-War Regimes of Containment 350

Racial Deployments: Militarizing Race in Postwar America 356

Race and the Politics of the University 384

America's Test Kitchen: Food and Foodways 385

Haunting Homes: Memory and Displacement 386

House Poor: Debt and the Financialization of Racialized Communities 393

Engineering Sonic Worlds 396

Women on the Verge 398

Revisiting 1970s Feminisms 400

States of Vulnerability: Citizenship, Trauma, and Crisis 402

Obscene Aesthetics 416

Troubled Homelands: The Limits of Citizenship 418

Race, Property, and Place 420

East Coast/West Coast Imaginaries in Mid-Twentieth-Century Popular Culture 421

21st Century

Sick in the Head: Illness and Gender in Contemporary U.S. Film and Television 005

Undoing the Sightlines of Home: Racial Monochrome, Racial Duration, and Racial Surface 014

The Transnational Politics of Making American Homes/Not-Homes 017

Environmental Resistance and the Performance of Place 031

Apocalyptic Imaginaries: Crossing Spheres and Considering Futures 043

Cultures of White Supremacy 048

Domesticity and its Discontents 057

Technologies of Chicano Belonging 073

Climate, Land, Water 082

Affective Turns and Diasporic Engagements: Rethinking Home, Place, and Race in the United States 124

Black Art Matters: African American Scholar/Artists Creating Home Within the Academy and the Arts 146

Defamiliarizing American Higher Education 174

Graduate Education Committee II: An Immodest Proposal: Confronting the Alt-Ac Trend in American Studies Graduate Programs 203

Politics and Policy Caucus: American Studies and the 2016 Election Results 220

Reading Octavia Butler 235

Activating Palestinian Solidarity 247

Critical Prison Studies Caucus: Who Gets to Go Home?: Refusing Innocence 302

Home is a Place Where We Have Never Been: Queer, Feminist, and Decolonial Speculative Imaginaries 305

Marxism Caucus: Sites of Marxist Practice in the Twenty-First Century 323

Unsettling Naiveté: Asian Americans in Unhomely Cultural Forms 340

Transatlantic BlackLivesWorlds: Teaching Human Rights as Global Collaboration 347

Normativities and Nationalisms 364

Kalfou Convivencia: Resilient Love in a Time of Hate 373

Racing the Silver Screen 378

House Poor: Debt and the Financialization of Racialized Communities 393

Race and the Uses of Disability 397

States of Vulnerability: Citizenship, Trauma, and Crisis 402

The Grounding and Groundedness of Algorithms: Race, Place, Power, and American Studies Work 408

Decolonizing Home 412

Home Movies: Cinematic Temporalities of the Domestic 415

Big Brother, Where Aren't Thou?: Big Data and Surveillance 419

African American Studies

Tourism Traps 009

Traversing the (Un)Home-Space: Blackness in New American Frontiers 032

At Home in Detroit 036

International Committee Talkshop I: Home Away from Home: African American Migration Abroad 037

Place and Displacement: Rural Fictions of Identity and Alterity 045

Display Houses: Public Histories of Homes and Homelands 046

To Fly in the Face of Damnation: Home as Flight and Freedom Practice 051

At Home with Roots: Revisiting an American Phenomenon After Forty Years 055

Grace Lee Boggs: American Revolutionary 061

You Can't Go Home Again: Slavery, Displacement, and Black Belonging 065

The Politics of Space and Belonging in the Fortress City 072

Humor Studies Caucus: Bringing Down the House: Re-Centering the Histories of Humor and Comedic Performance 075

I'm Buildin' Me A Home: The Sacred and the Spatial in Black Multi-Media Texts 085

The Prince Revue 104

Atlantic Interfaces: Abolition, Emigration, and Rebellion in Early African American Literature 114

Finding a Home in the Church 126

Afrofuturism 2.0: At Home in the Apocalypse 127

Re-examining Resistance Narratives 129

Animal Insights: Theorizing the Nonhuman 131

Home on Campus?: Centering Sport in the University 143

Black Art Matters: African American Scholar/Artists Creating Home Within the Academy and the Arts 146

My Old Kentucky Home: Racial Formations and the Nostalgic South 147

Archives of Blackness 153

Lifestyles of the Rich and Gentrifying 154

Critical Ethnic Studies Committee III: Sliding into Home Race 170

Not At Home in the Publishing World?: Recently Published Books on Black Feminist History 173

Mediums of Black Music in Performance and Study 179

Race-ing the Railroad: Race and Identity on the American Train 181

Never Innocent: Critical Race Studies of Youth 183

Crafting Freedom, Conjuring Home 204

Stealing Away: Black Embodiment and Shelter in Light of Scenes of Subjection 206

No Place Like Home: Disciplining Girlhood 208

Muhammad Ali: An American and Beyond 214

What Makes it Cool to be Southern?: Re-Imagining Home and Self in the New Black American South 217

Domestic Insecurity: Challenging Race and Sexuality in Cold War American Culture 224

Home/Not Home in Europe: The Limits of American Notions of Blackness in Theorizing Black Europe 228

Narratives of Racial Delinquency 232

Reading Octavia Butler 235

Cedric Robinson and the Black Radical Intellect 249

Blackness and the Precarity of Home, or (at) Home in the Alternative 250

In Search of the "Soul" in "Post-Soul" 251

Digital Intimacies 259

Racing Home: Black Movements/Black Lives 260

Cultures of the Long Revolution: Policing and Re-domesticating Public Space from Abolitionism to Black Lives Matter 261

New Homeplaces for Black Popular Culture: Sun Ra, Nicki Minaj, Bombastic Laughter, and Black Twitter 266

Apocalypse '91/'16 273

Homefronts 275

The Future of Black and American Studies: Black Cultural Politics in the 21st Century 277

Trouble's Taking Place: Susan Scott Parrish's The Flood Year 1927 280

Bad Housekeeping: Black Womanhood, Domestic Unrest, and Re-thinking Home 284

Sisters With Attitude: How Venus and Serena Williams Changed the Game 287

Towards an Intellectual History of Black Power 306

Imperial Practices of Public Health 309

Blackness and Indigeneity: Exploring the Impasses 310

Locating Genealogies of Black Queer Studies 327

When "Home" is a Four-Letter Word: Black Queer Studies Then and Now 331

Technologies of Race: Racial Projections, Racial Play 333

Researching (at) Home/Researching (in) Williamsburg, Virginia 335

Blackness and/for the War on Terror 336

Making to Learn: Maker Culture in the Humanities 338

Gentrification, (Re)Settlement, and Cultures of Resistance 343

Transatlantic BlackLivesWorlds: Teaching Human Rights as Global Collaboration 347

Roots Routes: The Travel of Sonic Americana 348

Post-War Regimes of Containment 350

The Blackness of HIV 358

Fixing Race in a "Post-Racial" Moment 359

Rethinking the 1970s through Transnational American Studies 363

Normativities and Nationalisms 364

Green and Brown Spaces 375

Where We Call Home: Critical Race Regionalisms 376

Unraveling Home: Critiques of the Domestic Imaginary 379

Sonic Cosmopolitanisms 380

When a House Is Not a Home: Black Women and the Limits of Racial Belonging 381

Race and the Politics of the University 384

Haunting Homes: Memory and Displacement 386

Home on the Run: Fugitivity, Marronage, Homelessness 389

House Poor: Debt and the Financialization of Racialized Communities 393

Homeless, Fugitive, Revolutionary: On Movement and Race 399

Revisiting 1970s Feminisms 400

Technologies of the Interior 413

Home Movies: Cinematic Temporalities of the Domestic 415

Obscene Aesthetics 416

Alternative Communities

Graphically Speaking: Zines, Comics, and Representations of Self 004

Agrarian Imaginaries 026

Healthcare Intimacies 077

Regimes of (Manifest) Domesticity in American Culture 096

Reading Octavia Butler 235

Blackness and the Precarity of Home, or (at) Home in the Alternative 250

Students' Committee Workshop I: Home Where You Are: Finding Community and Connection in Early Career Scholarship 311

Anarchism

Green and Brown Spaces 375

Decolonizing Home 412

Race, Property, and Place 420

Animal Studies

Slippery Slopes: Incest, Bestiality, Sodomy 035

HumAnimal Subjectivities and Vulnerabilities at "Home" 054

Animal Capital in the Time of Extinction 074

A Queer Food Fellowship: Vegans and the Entangled Politics of Sex and Consumption 094

Animal Insights: Theorizing the Nonhuman 131

Resisting Violence(s) Against Black Bodies: Worlding, Sounding, and Abolition 253

Trans Belongings 361

Anthropology

Indigenous Cityscapes 180

Ethnography Caucus II: Anthropology at Home/Not Home in American Studies 193

Researching (at) Home/Researching (in) Williamsburg, Virginia 335

Arts

Graphically Speaking: Zines, Comics, and Representations of Self 004

Canons, Collecting, and Object Homes in American Art 023

Display Houses: Public Histories of Homes and Homelands 046

Seeing in the Dark: Military Vision Here and Elsewhere 071

Consuming Memory: Spectatorship, Tourism, and the Politics of Spaces 078

Home Spaces: Representing Domestic Vulnerability 083

Hachivi Edgar Heap of Birds, Home, Indigeneity, and Visual Language 106

Black Art Matters: African American Scholar/Artists Creating Home Within the Academy and the Arts 146

Lifestyles of the Rich and Gentrifying 154

International Committee Talkshop II: Belonging/Not Belonging in the Americas (in collaboration with the International Association of Inter-American Studies) 160

Home-ing and Aesthetic Alterities: Militarization and the Visual Regimes of Transnational America 168

Material Culture Caucus: The Artifact's (Home) Place in American Studies: Material Culture Pedagogy, Objectives, Curriculum 177

This Home Which Is Not One: Performance, Activism, and the Visual Aesthetics of Belonging 192

HIV/AIDS: Confronting Trauma, Reclaiming Queer Futures 200

RedLine Guided Tour of Artists' Studios 240

Decolonial Visions of Home 285

I Can't Find My Way Home: Blackness, Visuality, and the Arts 297

Visual Culture Caucus: Public Art and Memorials: Seeing Home? 322

Sound Studies Caucus: At Home/Not at Home in Time: Rhythms of Belonging and Unbelonging in American Culture 325

Kalfou Convivencia: Resilient Love in a Time of Hate 373

Obscene Aesthetics 416

Asian American Studies

Graphically Speaking: Zines, Comics, and Representations of Self 004

Viet Thanh Nguyen's The Sympathizer and the Future of War and Memory 047

Asian/American(Anti-)Bodies 069

Siting the Ghosts of Asian (and) American Studies: Unhomely Areas of Transnational Critique 095

Always the Student: The Aesthetics of Asian American Studies and Disciplinary Formation 121

US Colonialism in the Philippines: Paradoxes of Governance, Resistance, and Identity 149

No Place Like Home: Disciplining Girlhood 208

Environment and Culture Caucus: Conceptualizing Race and the Environment 231

Contested Visions of Home: Asian/American Diasporic Subjectivities in the Media 265

Homefronts 275

Do I Belong Here?: Troubling Home and Belonging within Asian American Music, War, and Film 288

Toward a Critical Methodology in Asian American Studies: Oral History and Community Engaged Scholarship 314

Unsettling Naiveté: Asian Americans in Unhomely Cultural Forms 340

Rethinking the 1970s through Transnational American Studies 363

Sonic Cosmopolitanisms 380

Race and the Uses of Disability 397

States of Vulnerability: Citizenship, Trauma, and Crisis 402

Carceral Logics 411

Decolonizing Home 412

Ambivalent Homecomings 414

Home Movies: Cinematic Temporalities of the Domestic 415

Obscene Aesthetics 416

Big Brother, Where Aren't Thou?: Big Data and Surveillance 419

Atlantic World

Home/Not Home on the Water: Early American Currents of Animacy, Disability, and Ecology 011

Atlantic Interfaces: Abolition, Emigration, and Rebellion in Early African American Literature 114

Early American Matters Caucus: Colloquy with Elizabeth Maddock Dillon on New World Drama: The Performative Commons in the Atlantic World, 1649–1849 140

Archives of Blackness 153

Imperial Legacies and Island Territorialization 315

Normativities and Nationalisms 364

For the Embattled: The Paradoxes of Home and Homelessness 388

Border Studies

Tourism Traps 009

At Home in Detroit 036

The Materialities of Disappearance Along the Routes of Central-American and Mexican Migration 049

Regimes of Post-9/11 National Security 052

Borders Crossing Peoples 067

Consuming Memory: Spectatorship, Tourism, and the Politics of Spaces 078

International Committee Talkshop II: Belonging/Not Belonging in the Americas (in collaboration with the International Association of Inter-American Studies) 160

Queer Bodies/Queer Movements 205

Art and Performance in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands 216

International Committee Talkshop III: Comparative Perspectives on Im/migrant Bodies in a Global Context 283

When Home Is the Mouth of a Shark: Refugees from Imperial Wars and the Globalized Stateless Periphery 329

No Duty to Retreat?: Defense and the Home/Land 344

America's Test Kitchen: Food and Foodways 385

Haunting Homes: Memory and Displacement 386

For the Embattled: The Paradoxes of Home and Homelessness 388

Race and the Uses of Disability 397

States of Vulnerability: Citizenship, Trauma, and Crisis 402

Sex and Homemaking on New Frontiers 422

Homes Denied: Migration and Labor in a U.S.-Mexico Borderlands Region 423

Caribbean Studies

To Fly in the Face of Damnation: Home as Flight and Freedom Practice 051

Imperial Legacies and Island Territorialization 315

Home on the Run: Fugitivity, Marronage, Homelessness 389

Home Movies: Cinematic Temporalities of the Domestic 415

Troubled Homelands: The Limits of Citizenship 418

Chicano/Latinix Studies

Graphically Speaking: Zines, Comics, and Representations of Self 004

Ghosts, Goddesses, and Guanakanes: Uncanny Belonging in Latina Literature 022

Carceral Biopolitics 027

The Materialities of Disappearance Along the Routes of Central-American and Mexican Migration 049

Borders Crossing Peoples 067

Technologies of Chicano Belonging 073

Healthcare Intimacies 077

Climate, Land, Water 082

Representing Transnational Latinx Cultures 098

Place-based Globalism in the Americas: In the Aftermath of the Alterglobalization Movement 119

Finding a Home in the Church 126

Re-examining Resistance Narratives 129

Symbols of Resistance—The Chican@ Movement in Colorado 132

Erotic Geographies: Sensation and Transnational Latina/o Queerness 148

El apetito por lo Latino y lo Urbano: Latin Urban Music and Representations in the Mainstream 158

Colorado: Home on the Front Range 176

Never Innocent: Critical Race Studies of Youth 183

Language, Power, and the Bilingual Latin@ Studies Classroom 184

HIV/AIDS: Confronting Trauma, Reclaiming Queer Futures 200

From el Barrio to the Moon: Contesting Colonial Notions of Home and Territoriality in Chicana/o and Latina/o Film, Literature, and Theater 209

Narratives of Racial Delinquency 232

Movements in Latina/o Landscapes from Monsters to Hip Hop MCs 233

The Legacies of Gloria Anzaldúa for Theorizing Home 256

Sound Studies Caucus: Sounds Like Home: Mapping Chicana/Mexicana/Indigena Epistemologies in Sonic Spaces 300

Rethinking the 1970s through Transnational American Studies 363

Where We Call Home: Critical Race Regionalisms 376

Saliendo de las Sombras: Crossing Bridges of Race, Home, and Belonging 377

Racing the Silver Screen 378

America's Test Kitchen: Food and Foodways 385

Race and the Uses of Disability 397

Obscene Aesthetics 416

Troubled Homelands: The Limits of Citizenship 418

Homes Denied: Migration and Labor in a U.S.-Mexico Borderlands Region 423

Childhood and Youth

Graphically Speaking: Zines, Comics, and Representations of Self 004

Children and Youth Studies Caucus: Home White Home: Childhood and the Racial Imagination 157

Never Innocent: Critical Race Studies of Youth 183

No Place Like Home: Disciplining Girlhood 208

Narratives of Racial Delinquency 232

Big Brother, Where Aren't Thou?: Big Data and Surveillance 419

Citizenship

Unwelcome Homes: Ownership, Citizenship, and Settlement at the Borders of the Human 015

Home Screens: Digitizing Belonging and Place in American Studies 019

Illegal Imaginaries 025

At Home in Detroit 036

You Can't Go Home Again: Slavery, Displacement, and Black Belonging 065

Domesticating the "Wilderness" 068

At Home In the Body: Corporeal Citizenship and the Body Politic 090

Representing Transnational Latinx Cultures 098

Animal Insights: Theorizing the Nonhuman 131

HIV/AIDS: Confronting Trauma, Reclaiming Queer Futures 200

Technologies of Race: Racial Projections, Racial Play 333

No Duty to Retreat?: Defense and the Home/Land 344

Trans Belongings 361

Constructions of Home: Racial Violence and Historical Counter-Narratives in American Literature 362

Normativities and Nationalisms 364

Women on the Verge 398

States of Vulnerability: Citizenship, Trauma, and Crisis 402

Can You Feel It?: Power, Redistribution, Liberation, and the Politics of Fear 417

Troubled Homelands: The Limits of Citizenship 418

Class

Agrarian Imaginaries 026

Domesticity and its Discontents 057

Grace Lee Boggs: American Revolutionary 061

Colorado: Home on the Front Range 176

Crafting Freedom, Conjuring Home 204

Gentrification Nation: Inequality, Narrative, Desire 320

Marxism Caucus: Sites of Marxist Practice in the Twenty-First Century 323

Gentrification, (Re)Settlement, and Cultures of Resistance 343

Marxism Caucus: American Studies Scholars Have No Country: Marxism, American Studies, and the Meaning of "Home" 346

Is There a Place for the Commons? 353

House Poor: Debt and the Financialization of Racialized Communities 393

States of Vulnerability: Citizenship, Trauma, and Crisis 402

Home/Not Home: Distance Education As a Means of Centering American Studies In Our Students 407

Colonial and Postcolonial Studies

Speculative Temporalities of Home 007

Tourism Traps 009

The Transnational Politics of Making American Homes/Not-Homes 017

Bringing it Home: Military Expansionism and the Domestic Imaginary 020

Cosmic Home: Colonialism, War, and Cultures of Human Outer Space Activity 040

Does Neoliberalism Have a Home? 059

Climate, Land, Water 082

Making Home: Reconstructing Spirituality As A Means For Healing 112

Critical Ethnic Studies Committee I: Colonial Agnosia and Criminality 118

Mining Homelands: Colonial Resource Extraction and Resistances in the Americas 139

US Colonialism in the Philippines: Paradoxes of Governance, Resistance, and Identity 149

From el Barrio to the Moon: Contesting Colonial Notions of Home and Territoriality in Chicana/o and Latina/o Film, Literature, and Theater 209

Committee on Gender and Sexuality Studies II: En-gendering the Middle East in American Studies 221

Imperial Erasures: NGOs and the Bodily Home 222

Transnationalism, Materiality, and the Centering of American Studies 254

A Rightful Home?: State-Sponsored Migrations and US Empire (sponsored by the Immigration and Ethnic History Society) 263

It All Went Under Water: The Loss of Home and Indigenous Activism in the Film Warrior Women 291

Queer Displacement, (Post)colonial Trauma, and the Politics of Social Death 299

Colonial Agnosia, Alterities, and Solidarities 301

Imperial Legacies and Island Territorialization 315

Crossing Walls & Borders: Palestine Prisoner Solidarity Delegation 321

Colonial Agnosia and Biopolitics 328

Mapping the Intersections of Indigenous and Settler Colonial Studies: Lessons From Hawai'i 349

Decolonial Feminism: Theory and Praxis II 352

Postcolonial Complications: Contemporary Black and Indigenous Encounters in the Americas 355

Fixing Race in a "Post-Racial" Moment 359

Trans Belongings 361

Normativities and Nationalisms 364

For the Embattled: The Paradoxes of Home and Homelessness 388

Women on the Verge 398

Communications

Domesticity and its Discontents 057

Digital Intimacies 259

Racing Home: Black Movements/Black Lives 260

Fixing Race in a "Post-Racial" Moment 359

Big Brother, Where Aren't Thou?: Big Data and Surveillance 419

Critical Theory

Speculating from Here to There: Race, Speculation, and Imagining New Worlds 006

At Home in Detroit 036

Apocalyptic Imaginaries: Crossing Spheres and Considering Futures 043

Managing 'Home': The Curious Intimacy of American and Critical Management Studies 130

American Studies Without Whiteness: Speculative Practices in Minoritarian Knowledge Production 141

My Old Kentucky Home: Racial Formations and the Nostalgic South 147

Ethnography Caucus I: Anthropology at Home/Not Home in American Studies 169

Critical Prison Studies Caucus: Who Gets to Go Home?: Refusing Innocence 302

Reparative Practice in a Paranoid House: Revisiting Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick's "Paranoid Reading and Reparative Reading" 351

Is There a Place for the Commons? 353

Unraveling Home: Critiques of the Domestic Imaginary 379

Race and the Politics of the University 384

House Poor: Debt and the Financialization of Racialized Communities 393

Engineering Sonic Worlds 396

Women on the Verge 398

Racialized Violence and Disavowal 401

Obscene Aesthetics 416

Big Brother, Where Aren't Thou?: Big Data and Surveillance 419

Cultural Geography

Whose Home/Not Home in 21st Century Detroit 016

The Politics of Space and Belonging in the Fortress City 072

Re/Constituting Environments of Home: Locating the US South Beyond its Borders 145

My Old Kentucky Home: Racial Formations and the Nostalgic South 147

Lifestyles of the Rich and Gentrifying 154

What Makes it Cool to be Southern?: Re-Imagining Home and Self in the New Black American South 217

Trans Women to the Front—Home, Belonging, Cinema, and Sisterhood, in Sean Baker's Film Tangerine 255

Gentrification Nation: Inequality, Narrative, Desire 320

Diaspora Studies

Graphically Speaking: Zines, Comics, and Representations of Self 004

The Political Flows and Social Engagements of Home and Place 008

Traversing the (Un)Home-Space: Blackness in New American Frontiers 032

International Committee Talkshop I: Home Away from Home: African American Migration Abroad 037

Where We Aren't: Addressing Marcos and Martial Law from the Philippine Diaspora 062

Home Spaces: Representing Domestic Vulnerability 083

Affective Turns and Diasporic Engagements: Rethinking Home, Place, and Race in the United States 124

Finding a Home in the Church 126

Queering "Nu'óoacute;'c" as Home: Deviant Belonging in the Vietnamese Diaspora 225

Home/Not Home in Europe: The Limits of American Notions of Blackness in Theorizing Black Europe 228

Racing Home: Black Movements/Black Lives 260

Contested Visions of Home: Asian/American Diasporic Subjectivities in the Media 265

No Safe Home: Cold War Radicals in Diaspora 341

Visual Culture Caucus: Family Photography at Home (Keywords) 345

Postcolonial Complications: Contemporary Black and Indigenous Encounters in the Americas 355

Rethinking the 1970s through Transnational American Studies 363

States of Vulnerability: Citizenship, Trauma, and Crisis 402

Ambivalent Homecomings 414

Troubled Homelands: The Limits of Citizenship 418

Digital Humanities

Public Humanities at Home/Not at Home: American Studies Inside and Outside the Academy 199

Activating Palestinian Solidarity 247

Digital Humanities Caucus: Digital Shorts: Centering Digital Humanities Projects in American Studies 282

Digital Humanities Caucus: Homing/Redefining Digital Humanities in the Academy from an American Studies Perspective 308

Producing Public History: Reflections on a Multi-Platform Project on the Mass Incarceration of American Indians 334

Making to Learn: Maker Culture in the Humanities 338

Digital Storytelling for Social Justice: Displacements of Family and Home 357

Engineering Sonic Worlds 396

The Grounding and Groundedness of Algorithms: Race, Place, Power, and American Studies Work 408

Digital Media

Home Screens: Digitizing Belonging and Place in American Studies 019

At Home in Detroit 036

Carwaq Tukniuq, Agua-Cines, and Maritime Exile: Ecologies of Wet Globalization 058

Healthcare Intimacies 077

Drone Home: Tracing Surveillance, Borders, and Violence 079

Activating Palestinian Solidarity 247

Digital Intimacies 259

Digital Humanities Caucus: Homing/Redefining Digital Humanities in the Academy from an American Studies Perspective 308

The Sporting Life: Athletic Cultures and Practices 313

Visual Culture Caucus: Family Photography at Home (Keywords) 345

Normativities and Nationalisms 364

Technologies of the Interior 413

Big Brother, Where Aren't Thou?: Big Data and Surveillance 419

Disability Studies

Home/Not Home on the Water: Early American Currents of Animacy, Disability, and Ecology 011

Place and Displacement: Rural Fictions of Identity and Alterity 045

Healthcare Intimacies 077

At Home In the Body: Corporeal Citizenship and the Body Politic 090

Critical Disabilities Studies Caucus: Transnational Migrations, Disabilities, and Un/becoming Homes 156

Critical Disability Studies Caucus: The Home Which Is Not One: Disability and Institutional "Home" 182

Troubling the Center: Queer Circuits of Home/Not Home in Health Networks, the Americas, and the Asian American Diaspora 198

Environment and Culture Caucus: Bringing Environmental and Disability Studies into Dialogue 207

Racing Home: Black Movements/Black Lives 260

The Home/Not Home of the Body in Pain: Responding to Christina Crosby's A Body, Undone 303

Normativities and Nationalisms 364

Unraveling Home: Critiques of the Domestic Imaginary 379

Race and the Uses of Disability 397

Women on the Verge 398

Technologies of the Interior 413

Home Movies: Cinematic Temporalities of the Domestic 415

Early American Studies

Monstrous Histories of U.S. Reproductive Debates 063

Reading Against the Carceral Archive 125

Color Before 1900 137

Early American Matters Caucus: Colloquy with Elizabeth Maddock Dillon on New World Drama: The Performative Commons in the Atlantic World, 1649–1849 140

Early American Matters Caucus: The Anatomy of Home: Early American Bodies 166

Policing and the Emergence of State Power in the Early Americas 190

The Crucible of Calamity: Crisis and Identity Formation 230

Imperial Practices of Public Health 309

Women's Early Encounters with the Americas: Home and Empire 382

International Committee Talkshop IV: Centering American Studies Abroad: The Obama Institute for Transnational American Studies 403

Education

Regimes of Post-9/11 National Security 052

Borders Crossing Peoples 067

Doing American Studies in Red State America II 105

Decentering and Recentering American Studies Where We Are Professionally 152

Campus Carry 167

Defamiliarizing American Higher Education 174

Graduate Education Committee I: Perfecting Your Pitch: Graduate Student Professionalization with the Pros 178

Graduate Education Committee II: An Immodest Proposal: Confronting the Alt-Ac Trend in American Studies Graduate Programs 203

No Place Like Home: Disciplining Girlhood 208

Activism Caucus: The Right to Education: From Palestine to the "Homeland" (co-sponsored by Critical Prison Studies Caucus and K–16 Collaboration Committee) 212

Narratives of Racial Delinquency 232

Students' Committee Breakfast Forum II: Mock Job Interview 244

K–16 Collaboration Committee II: The Bounds of Crises 269

University Police, Gentrification, and the Education-Incarceration Nexus 318

Committee on American Studies Departments, Programs, and Centers II: Centering the "Home" of American Studies in the Undergraduate Classroom 339

Environmental Studies

Speculative Temporalities of Home 007

Earth to Cosmos: How Environmental Humanities and Indigenous Studies Engage a Sense of Expanded Home 024

Agrarian Imaginaries 026

Environmental Resistance and the Performance of Place 031

Display Houses: Public Histories of Homes and Homelands 046

Carwaq Tukniuq, Agua-Cines, and Maritime Exile: Ecologies of Wet Globalization 058

Domesticating the "Wilderness" 068

Animal Capital in the Time of Extinction 074

Climate, Land, Water 082

At Home In the Body: Corporeal Citizenship and the Body Politic 090

Animal Insights: Theorizing the Nonhuman 131

Re/Constituting Environments of Home: Locating the US South Beyond its Borders 145

Public/Private: Navigating the Materiality of Home Economics 150

Environment and Culture Caucus: Bringing Environmental and Disability Studies into Dialogue 207

Environment and Culture Caucus: Conceptualizing Race and the Environment 231

Trouble's Taking Place: Susan Scott Parrish's The Flood Year 1927 280

Green and Brown Spaces 375

Ethnography

Tourism Traps 009

Regimes of Post-9/11 National Security 052

Back to the Old Neighborhood: The Politics of Documenting Neighborhood Change 122

Ethnography Caucus I: Anthropology at Home/Not Home in American Studies 169

Ethnography Caucus II: Anthropology at Home/Not Home in American Studies 193

Digital Storytelling for Social Justice: Displacements of Family and Home 357

Where We Call Home: Critical Race Regionalisms 376

Haunting Homes: Memory and Displacement 386

Home on the Run: Fugitivity, Marronage, Homelessness 389

Film Studies

At Home in Detroit 036

I'm Buildin' Me A Home: The Sacred and the Spatial in Black Multi-Media Texts 085

Narratives of Racial Delinquency 232

Trans Women to the Front—Home, Belonging, Cinema, and Sisterhood, in Sean Baker's Film Tangerine 255

No Nostalgia for the Future: Rethinking Domesticity in 20th-Century U.S. Literature and Film 258

Race in the Sports Documentary 264

It All Went Under Water: The Loss of Home and Indigenous Activism in the Film Warrior Women 291

Technologies of Race: Racial Projections, Racial Play 333

Racing the Silver Screen 378

Home Movies: Cinematic Temporalities of the Domestic 415

Folklore

Graduate Education Committee III: Where American Studies is at Home/not Home: Working in Different Disciplinary and Professional Contexts 227

Roots Routes: The Travel of Sonic Americana 348

Haunting Homes: Memory and Displacement 386

Foodways

Bringing it Home: Military Expansionism and the Domestic Imaginary 020

Home Cooking: Food Studies and the Search for Belonging 029

A Queer Food Fellowship: Vegans and the Entangled Politics of Sex and Consumption 094

America's Test Kitchen: Food and Foodways 385

Gender Studies

Graphically Speaking: Zines, Comics, and Representations of Self 004

Transnational Feminists Dreaming Our Way Home (And Back Again) 013

Bringing it Home: Military Expansionism and the Domestic Imaginary 020

Slippery Slopes: Incest, Bestiality, Sodomy 035

Unsettling Performance/Bodies out of Joint 053

HumAnimal Subjectivities and Vulnerabilities at "Home" 054

Domesticity and its Discontents 057

Domesticating the "Wilderness" 068

The Politics of Space and Belonging in the Fortress City 072

Healthcare Intimacies 077

Activism Caucus: Diversity as Backlash: Connecting Struggles from the "Frontlines" in a Time of Neoliberal Rule 088

Remapping Slaveries in the Pacific, Past and Present 091

Regimes of (Manifest) Domesticity in American Culture 096

Burning Down the House: Race, Belonging, and the Status of Queer of Color Critique 115

Visions of Home: Mediating Race, Gender, and Sexuality through Televisual Constructions of Domesticity 116

Erotic Geographies: Sensation and Transnational Latina/o Queerness 148

Public/Private: Navigating the Materiality of Home Economics 150

We Have No Home in this Place—Prisons, Debt, Gender, Health 163

Not At Home in the Publishing World?: Recently Published Books on Black Feminist History 173

Survival and Solidarity: Women of Color in the Academy 189

Sports Studies Caucus: Built: At Home with the Athletic Body 194

Committee on Gender and Sexuality Studies I: Parenting While Academic: Strategies, Challenges, Proposals 197

New Frontiers, New Violence: the Remolding of the Mythic West in post-1970s America 201

Queer Bodies/Queer Movements 205

Carceral Domesticities 215

Committee on Gender and Sexuality Studies II: En-gendering the Middle East in American Studies 221

Queering "Nu'óoacute;'c" as Home: Deviant Belonging in the Vietnamese Diaspora 225

Reading Octavia Butler 235

Blackness and the Precarity of Home, or (at) Home in the Alternative 250

Trans Women to the Front—Home, Belonging, Cinema, and Sisterhood, in Sean Baker's Film Tangerine 255

Racing Home: Black Movements/Black Lives 260

Contested Visions of Home: Asian/American Diasporic Subjectivities in the Media 265

Transphobia in Bed, Bath, and Beyond 278

War at Home/not Home: Race & Gender in War & Anti-War 279

War & Peace Studies Caucus: Militarizing the Domestic: Violence, Race, and Gender from Civil Rights to the Present 298

Sound Studies Caucus: Sounds Like Home: Mapping Chicana/Mexicana/Indigena Epistemologies in Sonic Spaces 300

The Home/Not Home of the Body in Pain: Responding to Christina Crosby's A Body, Undone 303

The Sporting Life: Athletic Cultures and Practices 313

Visual Culture Caucus: Public Art and Memorials: Seeing Home? 322

When "Home" is a Four-Letter Word: Black Queer Studies Then and Now 331

Decolonial Feminism: Theory and Praxis II 352

Trans Belongings 361

Normativities and Nationalisms 364

Unraveling Home: Critiques of the Domestic Imaginary 379

Sonic Cosmopolitanisms 380

Race and the Politics of the University 384

Women on the Verge 398

Homeless, Fugitive, Revolutionary: On Movement and Race 399

Revisiting 1970s Feminisms 400

Home: Gender's Impact on the Stakes of Place and Strategies of Mobility 404

Fractured Subjects: Gender, Class, and Sexuality in the Bakken Oil Boom 406

Obscene Aesthetics 416

Sex and Homemaking on New Frontiers 422

Geography

Bringing it Home: Military Expansionism and the Domestic Imaginary 020

Geography, Maps, and Visions of Home in the Classroom 021

Still Here: Racial Displacements/Racial Resistances in the "Progressive" City 155

The Disciplinary Spaces of Home/Not Home: Geography and American Studies 332

Challenging Settler Space Making 395

Ambivalent Homecomings 414

Global/Transnational/Cross-Cultural Studies

Tourism Traps 009

Transnational Feminists Dreaming Our Way Home (And Back Again) 013

The Transnational Politics of Making American Homes/Not-Homes 017

Bringing it Home: Military Expansionism and the Domestic Imaginary 020

Agrarian Imaginaries 026

From Tourists to Pilgrims: Transnational Travel, Religious Longing, and the Forging of Imperial Intimacies 028

Between Coercion and Care: The Politics of Philanthropic Organizations and Social Change 041

Does Neoliberalism Have a Home? 059

Where We Aren't: Addressing Marcos and Martial Law from the Philippine Diaspora 062

Borders Crossing Peoples 067

Activism Caucus: Diversity as Backlash: Connecting Struggles from the "Frontlines" in a Time of Neoliberal Rule 088

Queer/Home/Collections 089

Reimagining Home in the (Trans)national: Media, Space, and (Im)migration 093

Siting the Ghosts of Asian (and) American Studies: Unhomely Areas of Transnational Critique 095

Weeping Mountains, Watery Graves, Sacrifices of the Flesh: Un/settling People and Place in the Americas 128

Lifestyles of the Rich and Gentrifying 154

Critical Disabilities Studies Caucus: Transnational Migrations, Disabilities, and Un/becoming Homes 156

Colorado: Home on the Front Range 176

Activism and Critical Prison Studies Caucuses: Homing in on Global Security: The Israel-US Connection and Beyond 188

Racializing the National Home: Patrick Wolfe's Traces of History 191

Queer Bodies/Queer Movements 205

Activism Caucus: The Right to Education: From Palestine to the "Homeland" (co-sponsored by Critical Prison Studies Caucus and K–16 Collaboration Committee) 212

The White Possessive: Property, Power, and Indigenous Sovereignty 219

Imperial Erasures: NGOs and the Bodily Home 222

Home/Not Home in Europe: The Limits of American Notions of Blackness in Theorizing Black Europe 228

Activating Palestinian Solidarity 247

Digital Intimacies 259

A Rightful Home?: State-Sponsored Migrations and US Empire (sponsored by the Immigration and Ethnic History Society) 263

The Homes of Zionism: Circuits of White Supremacy between the Americas and Israel 270

International Committee Talkshop III: Comparative Perspectives on Im/migrant Bodies in a Global Context 283

From the Domestic to the International: On the Violence of Human Rights 295

Home is a Place Where We Have Never Been: Queer, Feminist, and Decolonial Speculative Imaginaries 305

Imperial Practices of Public Health 309

American Quarterly III: Tours of Duty and Tours of Leisure 312

The Sporting Life: Athletic Cultures and Practices 313

Blackness and/for the War on Terror 336

Marxism Caucus: American Studies Scholars Have No Country: Marxism, American Studies, and the Meaning of "Home" 346

Transatlantic BlackLivesWorlds: Teaching Human Rights as Global Collaboration 347

Roots Routes: The Travel of Sonic Americana 348

Rethinking the 1970s through Transnational American Studies 363

Normativities and Nationalisms 364

Where We Call Home: Critical Race Regionalisms 376

Saliendo de las Sombras: Crossing Bridges of Race, Home, and Belonging 377

Racing the Silver Screen 378

Sonic Cosmopolitanisms 380

House Poor: Debt and the Financialization of Racialized Communities 393

Engineering Sonic Worlds 396

Homeless, Fugitive, Revolutionary: On Movement and Race 399

Revisiting 1970s Feminisms 400

International Committee Talkshop IV: Centering American Studies Abroad: The Obama Institute for Transnational American Studies 403

Provincializing Trans 405

Decolonizing Home 412

Ambivalent Homecomings 414

Home Movies: Cinematic Temporalities of the Domestic 415

Health and Medicine

Safety, Surveillance, and (In)Security: Notions of Health and Home in U.S. Literature and Culture 003

Sick in the Head: Illness and Gender in Contemporary U.S. Film and Television 005

Carceral Biopolitics 027

Healthcare Intimacies 077

Home Spaces: Representing Domestic Vulnerability 083

We Have No Home in this Place—Prisons, Debt, Gender, Health 163

Early American Matters Caucus: The Anatomy of Home: Early American Bodies 166

HIV/AIDS: Confronting Trauma, Reclaiming Queer Futures 200

Narratives of Racial Delinquency 232

Imperial Practices of Public Health 309

The Sporting Life: Athletic Cultures and Practices 313

America's Test Kitchen: Food and Foodways 385

Race and the Uses of Disability 397

Hemispheric Studies

A Home, Not Here: Misplaced Linguistic-Political Genealogies in the Americas 086

Representing Transnational Latinx Cultures 098

Embodied Relations to Land, Memory, and Migration 100

Place-based Globalism in the Americas: In the Aftermath of the Alterglobalization Movement 119

Troubling the Center: Queer Circuits of Home/Not Home in Health Networks, the Americas, and the Asian American Diaspora 198

Decolonizing Home 412

History

Bringing it Home: Military Expansionism and the Domestic Imaginary 020

At Home in Detroit 036

At Home with Roots: Revisiting an American Phenomenon After Forty Years 055

Finding a Home in the Church 126

Animal Insights: Theorizing the Nonhuman 131

Not At Home in the Publishing World?: Recently Published Books on Black Feminist History 173

Language, Power, and the Bilingual Latin@ Studies Classroom 184

Crafting Freedom, Conjuring Home 204

Graduate Education Committee III: Where American Studies is at Home/not Home: Working in Different Disciplinary and Professional Contexts 227

Doing Indigenous History: New Directions and Perspectives 326

Writing Home: James Ellroy in Conversation with Paula Rabinowitz 330

No Safe Home: Cold War Radicals in Diaspora 341

Gentrification, (Re)Settlement, and Cultures of Resistance 343

Roots Routes: The Travel of Sonic Americana 348

Post-War Regimes of Containment 350

Rethinking the 1970s through Transnational American Studies 363

Race and the Politics of the University 384

Race and the Uses of Disability 397

Revisiting 1970s Feminisms 400

Decolonizing Home 412

Obscene Aesthetics 416

Race, Property, and Place 420

Humor Studies

Cultures of White Supremacy 048

Bringing Down the House: Re-Centering the Histories of Humor and Comedic Performance 075

Immigration

Transnational Feminists Dreaming Our Way Home (And Back Again) 013

Illegal Imaginaries 025

Carceral Biopolitics 027

At Home in the South: Migration, Ethnicity, and the Politics of Settlement 039

The Materialities of Disappearance Along the Routes of Central-American and Mexican Migration 049

Borders Crossing Peoples 067

Home and Not Home: Articulating Migrant and Indigenous Itinerancies 081

Climate, Land, Water 082

Reimagining Home in the (Trans)national: Media, Space, and (Im)migration 093

Representing Transnational Latinx Cultures 098

Oaxacan American Studies: Theorizing Emergent Fields in Indigenous Studies 113

Indigenous Cityscapes 180

Digital Intimacies 259

International Committee Talkshop III: Comparative Perspectives on Im/migrant Bodies in a Global Context 283

Imperial Practices of Public Health 309

When Home Is the Mouth of a Shark: Refugees from Imperial Wars and the Globalized Stateless Periphery 329

Where We Call Home: Critical Race Regionalisms 376

Race and the Uses of Disability 397

Ambivalent Homecomings 414

Troubled Homelands: The Limits of Citizenship 418

Big Brother, Where Aren't Thou?: Big Data and Surveillance 419

Homes Denied: Migration and Labor in a U.S.-Mexico Borderlands Region 423

Indigenous Studies

Earth to Cosmos: How Environmental Humanities and Indigenous Studies Engage a Sense of Expanded Home 024

Many Ways of (Re)Making Home: Indigenous Cinematic, Artistic, Literary, and Legal Expression 042

Place and Displacement: Rural Fictions of Identity and Alterity 045

Display Houses: Public Histories of Homes and Homelands 046

Imagining Peoples through Comic Books 066

Borders Crossing Peoples 067

Home and Not Home: Articulating Migrant and Indigenous Itinerancies 081

From Sand Creek: Simon Ortiz and the Poetry of Memory and Hope 087

Hachivi Edgar Heap of Birds, Home, Indigeneity, and Visual Language 106

Making Home: Reconstructing Spirituality As A Means For Healing 112

Oaxacan American Studies: Theorizing Emergent Fields in Indigenous Studies 113

Critical Ethnic Studies Committee I: Colonial Agnosia and Criminality 118

Place-based Globalism in the Americas: In the Aftermath of the Alterglobalization Movement 119

Reading Against the Carceral Archive 125

Mining Homelands: Colonial Resource Extraction and Resistances in the Americas 139

Indigenous Cityscapes 180

The White Possessive: Property, Power, and Indigenous Sovereignty 219

Reading Octavia Butler 235

Presidential Address: Home/Not Home: Centering American Studies Where We Are 242

K–16 Collaboration Committee I: What Do We Need to Do Differently When We Do Our Politics, Action, and Thinking in Someone Else's Home? 246

Activating Palestinian Solidarity 247

On Settler Indigenization 252

Are We Home Yet?: The Rise, Impact, and Futures of Surveillance Technologies in Indigenous America 262

Decolonial Visions of Home 285

Colonial Agnosia, Alterities, and Solidarities 301

Imperial Practices of Public Health 309

Blackness and Indigeneity: Exploring the Impasses 310

Remembering Sand Creek in the Wake of its Sesquicentennial Anniversary 324

Doing Indigenous History: New Directions and Perspectives 326

Colonial Agnosia and Biopolitics 328

Making to Learn: Maker Culture in the Humanities 338

Mapping the Intersections of Indigenous and Settler Colonial Studies: Lessons From Hawai'i 349

Postcolonial Complications: Contemporary Black and Indigenous Encounters in the Americas 355

Where We Call Home: Critical Race Regionalisms 376

Saliendo de las Sombras: Crossing Bridges of Race, Home, and Belonging 377

Racing the Silver Screen 378

We Are (Not) At Home: Indigeneity, Race, and Gender in Hawai'i and the Diaspora 394

Challenging Settler Space Making 395

Engineering Sonic Worlds 396

Landscape and The Built Environment

Tourism Traps 009

Bringing it Home: Military Expansionism and the Domestic Imaginary 020

Material Culture Caucus: Brotherhood Commodified: Material Dimensions of American Fraternal Orders 151

Racing Home: Black Movements/Black Lives 260

Homefronts 275

The Disciplinary Spaces of Home/Not Home: Geography and American Studies 332

Gentrification, (Re)Settlement, and Cultures of Resistance 343

Green and Brown Spaces 375

Race and the Politics of the University 384

Fractured Subjects: Gender, Class, and Sexuality in the Bakken Oil Boom 406

Language

Indigenous Cityscapes 180

Engineering Sonic Worlds 396

Legal Studies

Carceral Biopolitics 027

Slippery Slopes: Incest, Bestiality, Sodomy 035

Incest and its Relation to the Home 044

Cultures of White Supremacy 048

Home Spaces: Representing Domestic Vulnerability 083

Between Hell and Home: Solitary Confinement from ADX Florence to Guantanamo and Back 165

Policing and the Emergence of State Power in the Early Americas 190

The White Possessive: Property, Power, and Indigenous Sovereignty 219

Transphobia in Bed, Bath, and Beyond 278

From the Domestic to the International: On the Violence of Human Rights 295

Race and the Uses of Disability 397

Women on the Verge 398

Technologies of the Interior 413

Race, Property, and Place 420

Literary Studies

Safety, Surveillance, and (In)Security: Notions of Health and Home in U.S. Literature and Culture 003

Graphically Speaking: Zines, Comics, and Representations of Self 004

Speculating from Here to There: Race, Speculation, and Imagining New Worlds 006

Speculative Temporalities of Home 007

Versions of Home: Imagining Grounded-ness in Music and Literature 034

Many Ways of (Re)Making Home: Indigenous Cinematic, Artistic, Literary, and Legal Expression 042

Viet Thanh Nguyen's The Sympathizer and the Future of War and Memory 047

Cultures of White Supremacy 048

Domesticity and its Discontents 057

Imagining Peoples through Comic Books 066

Domesticating the "Wilderness" 068

Animal Capital in the Time of Extinction 074

The Places and Publics of Native Life Writing 076

Home Spaces: Representing Domestic Vulnerability 083

A Home, Not Here: Misplaced Linguistic-Political Genealogies in the Americas 086

Reading Against the Carceral Archive 125

Afrofuturism 2.0: At Home in the Apocalypse 127

Re-examining Resistance Narratives 129

Decentering and Recentering American Studies Where We Are Professionally 152

Colorado: Home on the Front Range 176

Race-ing the Railroad: Race and Identity on the American Train 181

Never Innocent: Critical Race Studies of Youth 183

From el Barrio to the Moon: Contesting Colonial Notions of Home and Territoriality in Chicana/o and Latina/o Film, Literature, and Theater 209

Domestic Insecurity: Challenging Race and Sexuality in Cold War American Culture 224

Graduate Education Committee III: Where American Studies is at Home/not Home: Working in Different Disciplinary and Professional Contexts 227

Queer Adventures: National Identity and Belonging in 19th c. American Literature 229

The Crucible of Calamity: Crisis and Identity Formation 230

Narratives of Racial Delinquency 232

Reading Octavia Butler 235

No Nostalgia for the Future: Rethinking Domesticity in 20th-Century U.S. Literature and Film 258

Cultures of the Long Revolution: Policing and Re-domesticating Public Space from Abolitionism to Black Lives Matter 261

Homefronts 275

Trouble's Taking Place: Susan Scott Parrish's The Flood Year 1927 280

Imperial Practices of Public Health 309

Gentrification Nation: Inequality, Narrative, Desire 320

Writing Home: James Ellroy in Conversation with Paula Rabinowitz 330

Post-War Regimes of Containment 350

Constructions of Home: Racial Violence and Historical Counter-Narratives in American Literature 362

Unraveling Home: Critiques of the Domestic Imaginary 379

Women's Early Encounters with the Americas: Home and Empire 382

America's Test Kitchen: Food and Foodways 385

Haunting Homes: Memory and Displacement 386

Home on the Run: Fugitivity, Marronage, Homelessness 389

Revisiting 1970s Feminisms 400

Obscene Aesthetics 416

Material Culture

Locating Memory, Locating Home: Aesthetic Intervention after Loss 012

Queer/Home/Collections 089

Color Before 1900 137

Material Culture Caucus: Brotherhood Commodified: Material Dimensions of American Fraternal Orders 151

Material Culture Caucus: The Artifact's (Home) Place in American Studies: Material Culture Pedagogy, Objectives, Curriculum 177

Material Culture Caucus: The Material Culture of Home-Making: Desire, Fantasy, and Possibility in the American Interior 202

Crafting Freedom, Conjuring Home 204

Mortal Remains: The Production of Memory and Community through the Dead 211

Material Culture Caucus: American Outsiders and the Material Culture of Home 226

America's Test Kitchen: Food and Foodways 385

Provincializing Trans 405

Carceral Logics 411

Memory

Tourism Traps 009

Locating Memory, Locating Home: Aesthetic Intervention after Loss 012

Consuming Memory: Spectatorship, Tourism, and the Politics of Spaces 078

Embodied Relations to Land, Memory, and Migration 100

Colorado: Home on the Front Range 176

HIV/AIDS: Confronting Trauma, Reclaiming Queer Futures 200

Mortal Remains: The Production of Memory and Community through the Dead 211

Queer Archival "Be/longing" and other Memory AIDS 223

Material Culture Caucus: American Outsiders and the Material Culture of Home 226

The Crucible of Calamity: Crisis and Identity Formation 230

Reading Octavia Butler 235

War & Peace Studies Caucus: Militarizing the Domestic/Domesticating the Military: Home/Not Home in American Military Cultures 272

Remembering Sand Creek in the Wake of its Sesquicentennial Anniversary 324

Gentrification, (Re)Settlement, and Cultures of Resistance 343

Haunting Homes: Memory and Displacement 386

Carceral Logics 411

Technologies of the Interior 413

Ambivalent Homecomings 414

Middle East American Studies

Tourism Traps 009

Activism Caucus: Israel's Lethal Involvement in Mega-Sporting Events: Heeding the Call for Boycott 164

Committee on Gender and Sexuality Studies II: En-gendering the Middle East in American Studies 221

Activating Palestinian Solidarity 247

Rethinking the 1970s through Transnational American Studies 363

Revisiting 1970s Feminisms 400

States of Vulnerability: Citizenship, Trauma, and Crisis 402

Militarism/War

Bringing it Home: Military Expansionism and the Domestic Imaginary 020

Cosmic Home: Colonialism, War, and Cultures of Human Outer Space Activity 040

Viet Thanh Nguyen's The Sympathizer and the Future of War and Memory 047

Disquiet on the Homefront: Deploying Domesticity in Twentieth-Century American Literature and Culture 050

Regimes of Post-9/11 National Security 052

Transpacific Militarization and Permanent War 070

Seeing in the Dark: Military Vision Here and Elsewhere 071

Drone Home: Tracing Surveillance, Borders, and Violence 079

Home Spaces: Representing Domestic Vulnerability 083

From Sand Creek: Simon Ortiz and the Poetry of Memory and Hope 087

Alternative Territorialities: Resistance to U.S. Settler Colonialism & Militarization 111

Activism Caucus: Israel's Lethal Involvement in Mega-Sporting Events: Heeding the Call for Boycott 164

Between Hell and Home: Solitary Confinement from ADX Florence to Guantanamo and Back 165

Home-ing and Aesthetic Alterities: Militarization and the Visual Regimes of Transnational America 168

Activism and Critical Prison Studies Caucuses: Homing in on Global Security: The Israel-US Connection and Beyond 188

War & Peace Studies Caucus: Militarizing the Domestic/Domesticating the Military: Home/Not Home in American Military Cultures 272

Homefronts 275

War at Home/not Home: Race & Gender in War & Anti-War 279

War & Peace Studies Caucus: Militarizing the Domestic: Violence, Race, and Gender from Civil Rights to the Present 298

American Quarterly III: Tours of Duty and Tours of Leisure 312

When Home Is the Mouth of a Shark: Refugees from Imperial Wars and the Globalized Stateless Periphery 329

Blackness and/for the War on Terror 336

Racial Deployments: Militarizing Race in Postwar America 356

States of Vulnerability: Citizenship, Trauma, and Crisis 402

Carceral Logics 411

Museum Studies

Display Houses: Public Histories of Homes and Homelands 046

Publicly Engaged American Studies: A Dialogue 213

Obscene Aesthetics 416

Music

Versions of Home: Imagining Grounded-ness in Music and Literature 034

International Committee Talkshop I: Home Away from Home: African American Migration Abroad 037

The Prince Revue 104

Afrofuturism 2.0: At Home in the Apocalypse 127

El apetito por lo Latino y lo Urbano: Latin Urban Music and Representations in the Mainstream 158

International Committee Talkshop II: Belonging/Not Belonging in the Americas (in collaboration with the International Association of Inter-American Studies) 160

Queer Bodies/Queer Movements 205

Narratives of Racial Delinquency 232

In Search of the "Soul" in "Post-Soul" 251

Apocalypse '91/'16 273

United States of Intoxication: On Temperance and Excess in the Homeland 304

Sound Studies Caucus: At Home/Not at Home in Time: Rhythms of Belonging and Unbelonging in American Culture 325

Roots Routes: The Travel of Sonic Americana 348

Sonic Cosmopolitanisms 380

Engineering Sonic Worlds 396

Revisiting 1970s Feminisms 400

East Coast/West Coast Imaginaries in Mid-Twentieth-Century Popular Culture 421

Native American Studies

Tourism Traps 009

Earth to Cosmos: How Environmental Humanities and Indigenous Studies Engage a Sense of Expanded Home 024

Display Houses: Public Histories of Homes and Homelands 046

Imagining Peoples through Comic Books 066

Domesticating the "Wilderness" 068

The Places and Publics of Native Life Writing 076

Representing Transnational Latinx Cultures 098

Settler Colonialism, Racial Justice, Institutional Histories: From Sand Creek Massacre Remembrances to Campus Protests 138

Indigenous Cityscapes 180

On Settler Indigenization 252

It All Went Under Water: The Loss of Home and Indigenous Activism in the Film Warrior Women 291

Doing Indigenous History: New Directions and Perspectives 326

Racing the Silver Screen 378

Haunting Homes: Memory and Displacement 386

Challenging Settler Space Making 395

States of Vulnerability: Citizenship, Trauma, and Crisis 402

Decolonizing Home 412

Ambivalent Homecomings 414

Race, Property, and Place 420

Pacific/Trans-Pacific/Pacific Rim/Global Pacific

Bringing it Home: Military Expansionism and the Domestic Imaginary 020

Where We Aren't: Addressing Marcos and Martial Law from the Philippine Diaspora 062

Imagining Peoples through Comic Books 066

Transpacific Militarization and Permanent War 070

Remapping Slaveries in the Pacific, Past and Present 091

Alternative Territorialities: Resistance to U.S. Settler Colonialism & Militarization 111

US Colonialism in the Philippines: Paradoxes of Governance, Resistance, and Identity 149

Imperial Legacies and Island Territorialization 315

Women on the Verge 398

Troubled Homelands: The Limits of Citizenship 418

Pacific Islander American Studies

Consuming Memory: Spectatorship, Tourism, and the Politics of Spaces 078

Imperial Practices of Public Health 309

We Are (Not) At Home: Indigeneity, Race, and Gender in Hawai'i and the Diaspora 394

Ambivalent Homecomings 414

Pedagogy

Geography, Maps, and Visions of Home in the Classroom 021

Doing American Studies in Red State America II 105

Committee on American Studies Departments, Programs, and Centers I: What Can I Do With That?: Recruitment and the Undergraduate American Studies Major 135

Material Culture Caucus: The Artifact's (Home) Place in American Studies: Material Culture Pedagogy, Objectives, Curriculum 177

Home/Not Home in the Academy: University Administration and the Future of American Studies 286

Students' Committee Workshop I: Home Where You Are: Finding Community and Connection in Early Career Scholarship 311

Producing Public History: Reflections on a Multi-Platform Project on the Mass Incarceration of American Indians 334

Students' Committee Workshop II: When the University Is Not Your Home 337

Students' Committee Workshop III: Publishing While in Graduate School 360

Rethinking the 1970s through Transnational American Studies 363

Home/Not Home: Distance Education As a Means of Centering American Studies In Our Students 407

Performance Studies

Home on the Ever-Shifting Horizon: Racialized, Gendered Notions of Home in the American Musical 010

Undoing the Sightlines of Home: Racial Monochrome, Racial Duration, and Racial Surface 014

Environmental Resistance and the Performance of Place 031

Unsettling Performance/Bodies out of Joint 053

The Politics of Space and Belonging in the Fortress City 072

Representing Transnational Latinx Cultures 098

Embodied Relations to Land, Memory, and Migration 100

Always the Student: The Aesthetics of Asian American Studies and Disciplinary Formation 121

Finding a Home in the Church 126

Early American Matters Caucus: Colloquy with Elizabeth Maddock Dillon on New World Drama: The Performative Commons in the Atlantic World, 1649–1849 140

Archives of Blackness 153

Lifestyles of the Rich and Gentrifying 154

This Home Which Is Not One: Performance, Activism, and the Visual Aesthetics of Belonging 192

HIV/AIDS: Confronting Trauma, Reclaiming Queer Futures 200

Queer Bodies/Queer Movements 205

Art and Performance in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands 216

Racing Home: Black Movements/Black Lives 260

Technologies of Race: Racial Projections, Racial Play 333

Fixing Race in a "Post-Racial" Moment 359

Performing Home: Parasites, Affects, and Proximities 383

Haunting Homes: Memory and Displacement 386

Home on the Run: Fugitivity, Marronage, Homelessness 389

Challenging Settler Space Making 395

Obscene Aesthetics 416

Philosophy

Illegal Imaginaries 025

Managing 'Home': The Curious Intimacy of American and Critical Management Studies 130

Political Culture/Government

Regimes of Post-9/11 National Security 052

Domesticity and its Discontents 057

Animal Insights: Theorizing the Nonhuman 131

Campus Carry 167

Politics and Policy Caucus: American Studies and the 2016 Election Results 220

Homefronts 275

Post-War Regimes of Containment 350

Fixing Race in a "Post-Racial" Moment 359

Women on the Verge 398

Carceral Logics 411

Race, Property, and Place 420

Political Economy

The Political Flows and Social Engagements of Home and Place 008

Grace Lee Boggs: American Revolutionary 061

Borders Crossing Peoples 067

Private Prisons and Innocent Victims: What We Keep Getting Wrong about the PIC (and Why It Matters) 092

Homework for the Poor: The Politics of Race, Sexuality, and Global Management in Citizen Participation and Community Development Policy 120

Public/Private: Navigating the Materiality of Home Economics 150

Lifestyles of the Rich and Gentrifying 154

Mediums of Black Music in Performance and Study 179

The Political Economy of Mass Homelessness in the Carceral City 195

Queer Bodies/Queer Movements 205

Cedric Robinson and the Black Radical Intellect 249

Critical Prison Studies Caucus: Making Freedom: Materializing Abolition Through Non-Reformist Reforms 276

University Police, Gentrification, and the Education-Incarceration Nexus 318

Marxism Caucus: Sites of Marxist Practice in the Twenty-First Century 323

Is There a Place for the Commons? 353

House Poor: Debt and the Financialization of Racialized Communities 393

Fractured Subjects: Gender, Class, and Sexuality in the Bakken Oil Boom 406

Home Movies: Cinematic Temporalities of the Domestic 415

Can You Feel It?: Power, Redistribution, Liberation, and the Politics of Fear 417

Race, Property, and Place 420

Popular Culture

Graphically Speaking: Zines, Comics, and Representations of Self 004

A Woman's Place is Never Far From Home: Women's Labor and Domesticity's Continuing Pull 038

Apocalyptic Imaginaries: Crossing Spheres and Considering Futures 043

At Home with Roots: Revisiting an American Phenomenon After Forty Years 055

Imagining Peoples through Comic Books 066

Bringing Down the House: Re-Centering the Histories of Humor and Comedic Performance 075

Climate, Land, Water 082

Reimagining Home in the (Trans)national: Media, Space, and (Im)migration 093

Regimes of (Manifest) Domesticity in American Culture 096

Representing Transnational Latinx Cultures 098

The Prince Revue 104

Visions of Home: Mediating Race, Gender, and Sexuality through Televisual Constructions of Domesticity 116

Competition and Commodity: Sports in 21st-Century Visual and Literary Culture 142

Children and Youth Studies Caucus: Home White Home: Childhood and the Racial Imagination 157

El apetito por lo Latino y lo Urbano: Latin Urban Music and Representations in the Mainstream 158

Critical Ethnic Studies Committee III: Sliding into Home Race 170

New Frontiers, New Violence: the Remolding of the Mythic West in post-1970s America 201

No Place Like Home: Disciplining Girlhood 208

Movements in Latina/o Landscapes from Monsters to

Hip Hop MCs 233

Reading Octavia Butler 235

In Search of the "Soul" in "Post-Soul" 251

Digital Intimacies 259

Racing Home: Black Movements/Black Lives 260

New Homeplaces for Black Popular Culture: Sun Ra, Nicki Minaj, Bombastic Laughter, and Black Twitter 266

United States of Intoxication: On Temperance and

Excess in the Homeland 304

Technologies of Race: Racial Projections, Racial Play 333

Unsettling Naiveté: Asian Americans in Unhomely Cultural Forms 340

Fixing Race in a "Post-Racial" Moment 359

Trans Belongings 361

Racing the Silver Screen 378

Sonic Cosmopolitanisms 380

America's Test Kitchen: Food and Foodways 385

Home Movies: Cinematic Temporalities of the Domestic 415

Postcolonial Studies

Imagining Peoples through Comic Books 066

Siting the Ghosts of Asian (and) American Studies: Unhomely Areas of Transnational Critique 095

Activating Palestinian Solidarity 247

Rethinking the 1970s through Transnational American Studies 363

House Poor: Debt and the Financialization of Racialized Communities 393

Print Culture

Disquiet on the Homefront: Deploying Domesticity in Twentieth-Century American Literature and Culture 050

American Quarterly I: Workshop on American Quarterly Review and Editorial Process 099

Reading Against the Carceral Archive 125

Material Culture Caucus: The Material Culture of Home-Making: Desire, Fantasy, and Possibility in the American Interior 202

Non-Fictions of Race: Post-War Writing Genres 281

Prison Studies

Carceral Biopolitics 027

Making Home and Community in the Shadow of the Carceral State 033

Regimes of Post-9/11 National Security 052

The Politics of Space and Belonging in the Fortress City 072

Doing American Studies in Red State America I 084

Private Prisons and Innocent Victims: What We Keep Getting Wrong about the PIC (and Why It Matters) 092

Reading Against the Carceral Archive 125

We Have No Home in this Place—Prisons, Debt, Gender, Health 163

Between Hell and Home: Solitary Confinement from ADX Florence to Guantanamo and Back 165

Activism and Critical Prison Studies Caucuses: Homing in on Global Security: The Israel-US Connection and Beyond 188

Activism Caucus: The Right to Education: From Palestine to the "Homeland" (co-sponsored by Critical Prison Studies Caucus and K–16 Collaboration Committee) 212

Carceral Domesticities 215

Narratives of Racial Delinquency 232

Resisting Violence(s) Against Black Bodies: Worlding, Sounding, and Abolition 253

K–16 Collaboration Committee II: The Bounds of Crises 269

Critical Prison Studies Caucus: Making Freedom: Materializing Abolition Through Non-Reformist Reforms 276

Critical Prison Studies Caucus: Who Gets to Go Home?: Refusing Innocence 302

Imperial Practices of Public Health 309

Crossing Walls & Borders: Palestine Prisoner Solidarity Delegation 321

Green and Brown Spaces 375

Carceral Logics 411

Big Brother, Where Aren't Thou?: Big Data and Surveillance 419

Public History

Display Houses: Public Histories of Homes and Homelands 046

The Compton's Cafeteria Riot at 50 171

Home/Not Home in Baltimore: Place and Positionality in Studying the Baltimore Uprisings 175

Queer Archival "Be/longing" and other Memory AIDS 223

Remembering Sand Creek in the Wake of its Sesquicentennial Anniversary 324

Producing Public History: Reflections on a Multi-Platform Project on the Mass Incarceration of American Indians 334

Public Humanities

Back to the Old Neighborhood: The Politics of Documenting Neighborhood Change 122

Committee on American Studies Departments, Programs, and Centers I: What Can I Do With That?: Recruitment and the Undergraduate American Studies Major 135

Decentering and Recentering American Studies Where We Are Professionally 152

Ethnography Caucus I: Anthropology at Home/Not Home in American Studies 169

Public Humanities at Home/Not at Home: American Studies Inside and Outside the Academy 199

Publicly Engaged American Studies: A Dialogue 213

Politics and Policy Caucus: American Studies and the 2016 Election Results 220

Digital Humanities Caucus: Homing/Redefining Digital Humanities in the Academy from an American Studies Perspective 308

Toward a Critical Methodology in Asian American Studies: Oral History and Community Engaged Scholarship 314

Students' Committee Workshop II: When the University Is Not Your Home 337

Trans Belongings 361

Puerto Rican Studies

Activating Palestinian Solidarity 247

Troubled Homelands: The Limits of Citizenship 418

Queer Studies

Home on the Ever-Shifting Horizon: Racialized, Gendered Notions of Home in the American Musical 010

Incest and its Relation to the Home 044

Domesticity and its Discontents 057

Does Neoliberalism Have a Home? 059

The Politics of Space and Belonging in the Fortress City 072

Consuming Memory: Spectatorship, Tourism, and the Politics of Spaces 078

Queer/Home/Collections 089

A Queer Food Fellowship: Vegans and the Entangled Politics of Sex and Consumption 094

Making Home: Reconstructing Spirituality As A Means For Healing 112

Burning Down the House: Race, Belonging, and the Status of Queer of Color Critique 115

Homework for the Poor: The Politics of Race, Sexuality, and Global Management in Citizen Participation and Community Development Policy 120

Weeping Mountains, Watery Graves, Sacrifices of the Flesh: Un/settling People and Place in the Americas 128

Animal Insights: Theorizing the Nonhuman 131

American Studies Without Whiteness: Speculative Practices in Minoritarian Knowledge Production 141

Critical Ethnic Studies Committee II: Visionary Aesthetics and the Queer Femme of Color Imagination 144

Erotic Geographies: Sensation and Transnational Latina/o Queerness 148

Lifestyles of the Rich and Gentrifying 154

The Compton's Cafeteria Riot at 50 171

Never Innocent: Critical Race Studies of Youth 183

Troubling the Center: Queer Circuits of Home/Not Home in Health Networks, the Americas, and the Asian American Diaspora 198

HIV/AIDS: Confronting Trauma, Reclaiming Queer Futures 200

Queer Bodies/Queer Movements 205

No Place Like Home: Disciplining Girlhood 208

Imperial Erasures: NGOs and the Bodily Home 222

Queer Archival "Be/longing" and other Memory AIDS 223

Domestic Insecurity: Challenging Race and Sexuality in Cold War American Culture 224

Queering "Nu'óoacute;'c" as Home: Deviant Belonging in the Vietnamese Diaspora 225

Queer Adventures: National Identity and Belonging in 19th c. American Literature 229

Reading Octavia Butler 235

The Legacies of Gloria Anzaldúa for Theorizing Home 256

Digital Intimacies 259

The Seen Unseen: Queer Backdrops, Racial Labor, and Visual Culture 271

The Future of Black and American Studies: Black Cultural Politics in the 21st Century 277

Transphobia in Bed, Bath, and Beyond 278

Queer Displacement, (Post)colonial Trauma, and the Politics of Social Death 299

The Home/Not Home of the Body in Pain: Responding to Christina Crosby's A Body, Undone 303

Other Domesticities: Alternative Constructions of "Home" in Twentieth-Century America 307

The Sporting Life: Athletic Cultures and Practices 313

Locating Genealogies of Black Queer Studies 327

When "Home" is a Four-Letter Word: Black Queer Studies Then and Now 331

Post-War Regimes of Containment 350

Reparative Practice in a Paranoid House: Revisiting Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick's "Paranoid Reading and Reparative Reading" 351

The Blackness of HIV 358

Trans Belongings 361

Normativities and Nationalisms 364

When a House Is Not a Home: Black Women and the Limits of Racial Belonging 381

Performing Home: Parasites, Affects, and Proximities 383

Home Movies: Cinematic Temporalities of the Domestic 415

Obscene Aesthetics 416

Troubled Homelands: The Limits of Citizenship 418

Race and Ethnicity

Safety, Surveillance, and (In)Security: Notions of Health and Home in U.S. Literature and Culture 003

Graphically Speaking: Zines, Comics, and Representations of Self 004

Speculating from Here to There: Race, Speculation, and Imagining New Worlds 006

Tourism Traps 009

Home on the Ever-Shifting Horizon: Racialized, Gendered Notions of Home in the American Musical 010

Undoing the Sightlines of Home: Racial Monochrome, Racial Duration, and Racial Surface 014

Unwelcome Homes: Ownership, Citizenship, and Settlement at the Borders of the Human 015

Whose Home/Not Home in 21st Century Detroit 016

Home Screens: Digitizing Belonging and Place in American Studies 019

Carceral Biopolitics 027

Home Cooking: Food Studies and the Search for Belonging 029

Freedom to Move?: Geographies of Racial Im/Mobility and In/Justice in the Post-Foreclosure Bay Area 030

Making Home and Community in the Shadow of the Carceral State 033

At Home in the South: Migration, Ethnicity, and the Politics of Settlement 039

Between Coercion and Care: The Politics of Philanthropic Organizations and Social Change 041

Incest and its Relation to the Home 044

Cultures of White Supremacy 048

Disquiet on the Homefront: Deploying Domesticity in Twentieth-Century American Literature and Culture 050

To Fly in the Face of Damnation: Home as Flight and Freedom Practice 051

HumAnimal Subjectivities and Vulnerabilities at "Home" 054

Carwaq Tukniuq, Agua-Cines, and Maritime Exile: Ecologies of Wet Globalization 058

Imagining Peoples through Comic Books 066

Borders Crossing Peoples 067

Asian/American(Anti-)Bodies 069

Transpacific Militarization and Permanent War 070

Consuming Memory: Spectatorship, Tourism, and the Politics of Spaces 078

Climate, Land, Water 082

Doing American Studies in Red State America I 084

Private Prisons and Innocent Victims: What We Keep Getting Wrong about the PIC (and Why It Matters) 092

Oaxacan American Studies: Theorizing Emergent Fields in Indigenous Studies 113

Burning Down the House: Race, Belonging, and the Status of Queer of Color Critique 115

Visions of Home: Mediating Race, Gender, and Sexuality through Televisual Constructions of Domesticity 116

An Empty Home Field: Reflections on Sports, Race, and the Geographies of Place in the Neo-Liberal City 117

Critical Ethnic Studies Committee I: Colonial Agnosia and Criminality 118

Always the Student: The Aesthetics of Asian American Studies and Disciplinary Formation 121

Affective Turns and Diasporic Engagements: Rethinking Home, Place, and Race in the United States 124

Finding a Home in the Church 126

Symbols of Resistance—The Chican@ Movement in Colorado 132

American Studies Without Whiteness: Speculative Practices in Minoritarian Knowledge Production 141

Critical Ethnic Studies Committee II: Visionary Aesthetics and the Queer Femme of Color Imagination 144

Lifestyles of the Rich and Gentrifying 154

Still Here: Racial Displacements/Racial Resistances in the "Progressive" City 155

Critical Disabilities Studies Caucus: Transnational Migrations, Disabilities, and Un/becoming Homes 156

Children and Youth Studies Caucus: Home White Home: Childhood and the Racial Imagination 157

Critical Ethnic Studies Committee III: Sliding into Home Race 170

Home is Un-Dead: Sights and Sounds in Feminist Art, Music, Comix, and Film 172

Colorado: Home on the Front Range 176

Indigenous Cityscapes 180

Never Innocent: Critical Race Studies of Youth 183

Survival and Solidarity: Women of Color in the Academy 189

Racializing the National Home: Patrick Wolfe's Traces of History 191

Sports Studies Caucus: Built: At Home with the Athletic Body 194

Trans* of Color Scholarship Home/Not Home in Trans* Studies 196

Committee on Gender and Sexuality Studies I: Parenting While Academic: Strategies, Challenges, Proposals 197

HIV/AIDS: Confronting Trauma, Reclaiming Queer Futures 200

New Frontiers, New Violence: the Remolding of the Mythic West in post-1970s America 201

Carceral Domesticities 215

Sports Studies Caucus: Refusing to Defend this House: Athletic Insurrection at the University of Missouri and Beyond 218

Material Culture Caucus: American Outsiders and the Material Culture of Home 226

Environment and Culture Caucus: Conceptualizing Race and the Environment 231

Movements in Latina/o Landscapes from Monsters to Hip Hop MCs 233

Activating Palestinian Solidarity 247

Cedric Robinson and the Black Radical Intellect 249

Transnationalism, Materiality, and the Centering of American Studies 254

Race in the Sports Documentary 264

New Homeplaces for Black Popular Culture: Sun Ra, Nicki Minaj, Bombastic Laughter, and Black Twitter 266

K–16 Collaboration Committee II: The Bounds of Crises 269

The Homes of Zionism: Circuits of White Supremacy between the Americas and Israel 270

The Seen Unseen: Queer Backdrops, Racial Labor, and Visual Culture 271

Sound Studies Caucus: Race, Sound, and the Politics of Keywords Projects 274

Homefronts 275

Critical Prison Studies Caucus: Making Freedom: Materializing Abolition Through Non-Reformist Reforms 276

War at Home/not Home: Race & Gender in War & Anti-War 279

Non-Fictions of Race: Post-War Writing Genres 281

Home/Not Home in the Academy: University Administration and the Future of American Studies 286

Negotiating a Fragmented Home/Land: Immobility, Displacement, and Quotidian Resistance in Occupied Palestine 296

I Can't Find My Way Home: Blackness, Visuality, and the Arts 297

War & Peace Studies Caucus: Militarizing the Domestic: Violence, Race, and Gender from Civil Rights to the Present 298

United States of Intoxication: On Temperance and Excess in the Homeland 304

Other Domesticities: Alternative Constructions of "Home" in Twentieth-Century America 307

Imperial Practices of Public Health 309

Blackness and Indigeneity: Exploring the Impasses 310

The Sporting Life: Athletic Cultures and Practices 313

Crossing Walls & Borders: Palestine Prisoner Solidarity Delegation 321

Colonial Agnosia and Biopolitics 328

Technologies of Race: Racial Projections, Racial Play 333

No Duty to Retreat?: Defense and the Home/Land 344

Roots Routes: The Travel of Sonic Americana 348

Post-War Regimes of Containment 350

Decolonial Feminism: Theory and Praxis II 352

Where Is the Home of Antiracist Justice in an Era of Racial Appropriation and Incorporation?: A Roundtable with the Antiracism Inc. Collective 354

Racial Deployments: Militarizing Race in Postwar America 356

Digital Storytelling for Social Justice: Displacements of Family and Home 357

The Blackness of HIV 358

Fixing Race in a "Post-Racial" Moment 359

Constructions of Home: Racial Violence and Historical Counter-Narratives in American Literature 362

Rethinking the 1970s through Transnational American Studies 363

Green and Brown Spaces 375

Where We Call Home: Critical Race Regionalisms 376

Racing the Silver Screen 378

Sonic Cosmopolitanisms 380

Race and the Politics of the University 384

Home on the Run: Fugitivity, Marronage, Homelessness 389

Racialized Violence and Disavowal 401

States of Vulnerability: Citizenship, Trauma, and Crisis 402

Home: Gender's Impact on the Stakes of Place and Strategies of Mobility 404

The Grounding and Groundedness of Algorithms: Race, Place, Power, and American Studies Work 408

Home and Harbor: Spatial Stories of Policing, Dispossession, and Repair 409

Women in Circulation: Body, Image, and Text in Transit 410

Carceral Logics 411

Decolonizing Home 412

Can You Feel It?: Power, Redistribution, Liberation, and the Politics of Fear 417

Troubled Homelands: The Limits of Citizenship 418

Big Brother, Where Aren't Thou?: Big Data and Surveillance 419

Race, Property, and Place 420

Radio and Television

At Home in Detroit 036

Domesticity and its Discontents 057

I'm Buildin' Me A Home: The Sacred and the Spatial in Black Multi-Media Texts 085

Homefronts 275

Technologies of the Interior 413

Regionalism

Home Cooking: Food Studies and the Search for Belonging 029

Versions of Home: Imagining Grounded-ness in Music and Literature 034

At Home in the South: Migration, Ethnicity, and the Politics of Settlement 039

Cultures of White Supremacy 048

Doing American Studies in Red State America I 084

Doing American Studies in Red State America II 105

Colorado: Home on the Front Range 176

What Makes it Cool to be Southern?: Re-Imagining Home and Self in the New Black American South 217

Rethinking the 1970s through Transnational American Studies 363

Where We Call Home: Critical Race Regionalisms 376

Race and the Politics of the University 384

East Coast/West Coast Imaginaries in Mid-Twentieth-Century Popular Culture 421

Religion

From Tourists to Pilgrims: Transnational Travel, Religious Longing, and the Forging of Imperial Intimacies 028

Many Ways of (Re)Making Home: Indigenous Cinematic, Artistic, Literary, and Legal Expression 042

Finding a Home in the Church 126

Muhammad Ali: An American and Beyond 214

Engineering Sonic Worlds 396

Women on the Verge 398

International Committee Talkshop IV: Centering American Studies Abroad: The Obama Institute for Transnational American Studies 403

Science and Technology

Carceral Biopolitics 027

Cosmic Home: Colonialism, War, and Cultures of Human Outer Space Activity 040

Asian/American(Anti-)Bodies 069

Healthcare Intimacies 077

Drone Home: Tracing Surveillance, Borders, and Violence 079

Animal Insights: Theorizing the Nonhuman 131

Home is a Place Where We Have Never Been: Queer, Feminist, and Decolonial Speculative Imaginaries 305

Imperial Legacies and Island Territorialization 315

Technologies of the Interior 413

Big Brother, Where Aren't Thou?: Big Data and Surveillance 419

Settler Colonialism

Agrarian Imaginaries 026

At Home in Detroit 036

Display Houses: Public Histories of Homes and Homelands 046

Borders Crossing Peoples 067

Domesticating the "Wilderness" 068

The Places and Publics of Native Life Writing 076

Home and Not Home: Articulating Migrant and Indigenous Itinerancies 081

Alternative Territorialities: Resistance to U.S. Settler Colonialism & Militarization 111

Weeping Mountains, Watery Graves, Sacrifices of the Flesh: Un/settling People and Place in the Americas 128

Symbols of Resistance—The Chican@ Movement in Colorado 132

Settler Colonialism, Racial Justice, Institutional Histories: From Sand Creek Massacre Remembrances to Campus Protests 138

Activism Caucus: Israel's Lethal Involvement in Mega-Sporting Events: Heeding the Call for Boycott 164

Indigenous Cityscapes 180

Racializing the National Home: Patrick Wolfe's Traces of History 191

Queer Bodies/Queer Movements 205

Activating Palestinian Solidarity 247

On Settler Indigenization 252

Are We Home Yet?: The Rise, Impact, and Futures of Surveillance Technologies in Indigenous America 262

The Homes of Zionism: Circuits of White Supremacy between the Americas and Israel 270

From the Domestic to the International: On the Violence of Human Rights 295

Negotiating a Fragmented Home/Land: Immobility, Displacement, and Quotidian Resistance in Occupied Palestine 296

Technologies of Race: Racial Projections, Racial Play 333

Marxism Caucus: American Studies Scholars Have No Country: Marxism, American Studies, and the Meaning of "Home" 346

Mapping the Intersections of Indigenous and Settler Colonial Studies: Lessons From Hawai'i 349

Fixing Race in a "Post-Racial" Moment 359

Where We Call Home: Critical Race Regionalisms 376

Haunting Homes: Memory and Displacement 386

We Are (Not) At Home: Indigeneity, Race, and Gender in Hawai'i and the Diaspora 394

Challenging Settler Space Making 395

States of Vulnerability: Citizenship, Trauma, and Crisis 402

Home and Harbor: Spatial Stories of Policing, Dispossession, and Repair 409

Carceral Logics 411

Decolonizing Home 412

Slavery

Tourism Traps 009

Cultures of White Supremacy 048

Remapping Slaveries in the Pacific, Past and Present 091

Atlantic Interfaces: Abolition, Emigration, and Rebellion in Early African American Literature 114

Reading Against the Carceral Archive 125

Crafting Freedom, Conjuring Home 204

Reading Octavia Butler 235

Colonial Agnosia, Alterities, and Solidarities 301

Unraveling Home: Critiques of the Domestic Imaginary 379

Home on the Run: Fugitivity, Marronage, Homelessness 389

Carceral Logics 411

Social Media

Digital Intimacies 259

Sociology

The Sporting Life: Athletic Cultures and Practices 313

Sound/Sonic Studies

Mediums of Black Music in Performance and Study 179

Resisting Violence(s) Against Black Bodies: Worlding, Sounding, and Abolition 253

Apocalypse '91/'16 273

Sound Studies Caucus: Race, Sound, and the Politics of Keywords Projects 274

Sound Studies Caucus: Sounds Like Home: Mapping Chicana/Mexicana/Indigena Epistemologies in Sonic Spaces 300

Roots Routes: The Travel of Sonic Americana 348

Sonic Cosmopolitanisms 380

Engineering Sonic Worlds 396

Space and Geography

Geography, Maps, and Visions of Home in the Classroom 021

Agrarian Imaginaries 026

Freedom to Move?: Geographies of Racial Im/Mobility and In/Justice in the Post-Foreclosure Bay Area 030

Making Home and Community in the Shadow of the Carceral State 033

At Home in Detroit 036

Consuming Memory: Spectatorship, Tourism, and the Politics of Spaces 078

Finding a Home in the Church 126

Animal Insights: Theorizing the Nonhuman 131

Re/Constituting Environments of Home: Locating the US South Beyond its Borders 145

Home/Not Home in Baltimore: Place and Positionality in Studying the Baltimore Uprisings 175

Colorado: Home on the Front Range 176

Race-ing the Railroad: Race and Identity on the American Train 181

Transnationalism, Materiality, and the Centering of American Studies 254

Racing Home: Black Movements/Black Lives 260

Cultures of the Long Revolution: Policing and Re-domesticating Public Space from Abolitionism to Black Lives Matter 261

A Rightful Home?: State-Sponsored Migrations and US Empire (sponsored by the Immigration and Ethnic History Society) 263

Negotiating a Fragmented Home/Land: Immobility, Displacement, and Quotidian Resistance in Occupied Palestine 296

Imperial Legacies and Island Territorialization 315

The Disciplinary Spaces of Home/Not Home: Geography and American Studies 332

Green and Brown Spaces 375

Where We Call Home: Critical Race Regionalisms 376

Home on the Run: Fugitivity, Marronage, Homelessness 389

Challenging Settler Space Making 395

Home: Gender's Impact on the Stakes of Place and Strategies of Mobility 404

Ambivalent Homecomings 414

Sports Studies

An Empty Home Field: Reflections on Sports, Race, and the Geographies of Place in the Neo-Liberal City 117

Competition and Commodity: Sports in 21st-Century Visual and Literary Culture 142

Home on Campus?: Centering Sport in the University 143

Sports Studies Caucus: Built: At Home with the Athletic Body 194

Muhammad Ali: An American and Beyond 214

Sports Studies Caucus: Refusing to Defend this House: Athletic Insurrection at the University of Missouri and Beyond 218

Race in the Sports Documentary 264

Sisters With Attitude: How Venus and Serena Williams Changed the Game 287

The Sporting Life: Athletic Cultures and Practices 313

State

The Political Flows and Social Engagements of Home and Place 008

Carceral Biopolitics 027

Regimes of Post-9/11 National Security 052

Reading Against the Carceral Archive 125

Policing and the Emergence of State Power in the Early Americas 190

Committee on Gender and Sexuality Studies I: Parenting While Academic: Strategies, Challenges, Proposals 197

Writing Home: James Ellroy in Conversation with Paula Rabinowitz 330

Big Brother, Where Aren't Thou?: Big Data and Surveillance 419

Teaching and K16 Collaboration

Language, Power, and the Bilingual Latin@ Studies Classroom 184

K–16 Collaboration Committee I: What Do We Need to Do Differently When We Do Our Politics, Action, and Thinking in Someone Else's Home? 246

Task Force on the Future of Higher Education: Making the Case for American Studies Institutionally and Intellectually 289

Committee on American Studies Departments, Programs, and Centers II: Centering the "Home" of American Studies in the Undergraduate Classroom 339

Home/Not Home: Distance Education As a Means of Centering American Studies In Our Students 407

Transgender Studies

Carceral Biopolitics 027

The Compton's Cafeteria Riot at 50 171

Trans* of Color Scholarship Home/Not Home in Trans* Studies 196

Trans Belongings 361

Provincializing Trans 405

Big Brother, Where Aren't Thou?: Big Data and Surveillance 419

Trauma Studies

States of Vulnerability: Citizenship, Trauma, and Crisis 402

Sex and Homemaking on New Frontiers 422

University Studies

Activism Caucus: Diversity as Backlash: Connecting Struggles from the "Frontlines" in a Time of Neoliberal Rule 088

Settler Colonialism, Racial Justice, Institutional Histories: From Sand Creek Massacre Remembrances to Campus Protests 138

Home on Campus?: Centering Sport in the University 143

Campus Carry 167

Defamiliarizing American Higher Education 174

American Quarterly II: You Got Pitch: An American Quarterly Publication Workshop 187

Public Humanities at Home/Not at Home: American Studies Inside and Outside the Academy 199

Graduate Education Committee II: An Immodest Proposal: Confronting the Alt-Ac Trend in American Studies Graduate Programs 203

Publicly Engaged American Studies: A Dialogue 213

Sports Studies Caucus: Refusing to Defend this House: Athletic Insurrection at the University of Missouri and Beyond 218

Homefronts 275

Home/Not Home in the Academy: University Administration and the Future of American Studies 286

Task Force on the Future of Higher Education: Making the Case for American Studies Institutionally and Intellectually 289

Students' Committee Workshop I: Home Where You Are: Finding Community and Connection in Early Career Scholarship 311

University Police, Gentrification, and the Education-Incarceration Nexus 318

Researching (at) Home/Researching (in) Williamsburg, Virginia 335

Students' Committee Workshop II: When the University Is Not Your Home 337

Committee on American Studies Departments, Programs, and Centers II: Centering the "Home" of American Studies in the Undergraduate Classroom 339

Students' Committee Workshop III: Publishing While in Graduate School 360

Race and the Politics of the University 384

Urban Studies

Locating Memory, Locating Home: Aesthetic Intervention after Loss 012

Whose Home/Not Home in 21st Century Detroit 016

Freedom to Move?: Geographies of Racial Im/Mobility and In/Justice in the Post-Foreclosure Bay Area 030

Between Coercion and Care: The Politics of Philanthropic Organizations and Social Change 041

Regimes of Post-9/11 National Security 052

Domesticity and its Discontents 057

The Politics of Space and Belonging in the Fortress City 072

Home Spaces: Representing Domestic Vulnerability 083

An Empty Home Field: Reflections on Sports, Race, and the Geographies of Place in the Neo-Liberal City 117

Homework for the Poor: The Politics of Race, Sexuality, and Global Management in Citizen Participation and Community Development Policy 120

Back to the Old Neighborhood: The Politics of Documenting Neighborhood Change 122

Lifestyles of the Rich and Gentrifying 154

Still Here: Racial Displacements/Racial Resistances in the "Progressive" City 155

Home/Not Home in Baltimore: Place and Positionality in Studying the Baltimore Uprisings 175

Indigenous Cityscapes 180

The Political Economy of Mass Homelessness in the Carceral City 195

Narratives of Racial Delinquency 232

Imperial Practices of Public Health 309

Sound Studies Caucus: At Home/Not at Home in Time: Rhythms of Belonging and Unbelonging in American Culture 325

Gentrification, (Re)Settlement, and Cultures of Resistance 343

Performing Home: Parasites, Affects, and Proximities 383

House Poor: Debt and the Financialization of Racialized Communities 393

Race, Property, and Place 420

Visual Culture Studies

Graphically Speaking: Zines, Comics, and Representations of Self 004

Sick in the Head: Illness and Gender in Contemporary U.S. Film and Television 005

Canons, Collecting, and Object Homes in American Art 023

Agrarian Imaginaries 026

At Home in Detroit 036

Cultures of White Supremacy 048

Imagining Peoples through Comic Books 066

Seeing in the Dark: Military Vision Here and Elsewhere 071

The Politics of Space and Belonging in the Fortress City 072

Consuming Memory: Spectatorship, Tourism, and the Politics of Spaces 078

Home Spaces: Representing Domestic Vulnerability 083

Hachivi Edgar Heap of Birds, Home, Indigeneity, and Visual Language 106

Critical Ethnic Studies Committee II: Visionary Aesthetics and the Queer Femme of Color Imagination 144

Home-ing and Aesthetic Alterities: Militarization and the Visual Regimes of Transnational America 168

Home is Un-Dead: Sights and Sounds in Feminist Art, Music, Comix, and Film 172

Colorado: Home on the Front Range 176

This Home Which Is Not One: Performance, Activism, and the Visual Aesthetics of Belonging 192

Crafting Freedom, Conjuring Home 204

Art and Performance in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands 216

RedLine Guided Tour of Artists' Studios 240

Re-Imag(in)ing the West: Visual Cultures of the West and the Negotiation of Home/Not Home 248

The Seen Unseen: Queer Backdrops, Racial Labor, and Visual Culture 271

Decolonial Visions of Home 285

I Can't Find My Way Home: Blackness, Visuality, and the Arts 297

Visual Culture Caucus: Public Art and Memorials: Seeing Home? 322

Technologies of Race: Racial Projections, Racial Play 333

Gentrification, (Re)Settlement, and Cultures of Resistance 343

Visual Culture Caucus: Family Photography at Home (Keywords) 345

Fixing Race in a "Post-Racial" Moment 359

Sonic Cosmopolitanisms 380

Women on the Verge 398

Women in Circulation: Body, Image, and Text in Transit 410

Technologies of the Interior 413

Obscene Aesthetics 416

Women's Studies

Ghosts, Goddesses, and Guanakanes: Uncanny Belonging in Latina Literature 022

Carceral Biopolitics 027

A Woman's Place is Never Far From Home: Women's Labor and Domesticity's Continuing Pull 038

Domesticity and its Discontents 057

Monstrous Histories of U.S. Reproductive Debates 063

Imagining Peoples through Comic Books 066

Domesticating the "Wilderness" 068

Healthcare Intimacies 077

Home Spaces: Representing Domestic Vulnerability 083

Representing Transnational Latinx Cultures 098

Reading Against the Carceral Archive 125

Home is Un-Dead: Sights and Sounds in Feminist Art, Music, Comix, and Film 172

The Legacies of Gloria Anzaldúa for Theorizing Home 256

Homefronts 275

Bad Housekeeping: Black Womanhood, Domestic Unrest, and Re-thinking Home 284

Sisters With Attitude: How Venus and Serena Williams Changed the Game 287

The Sporting Life: Athletic Cultures and Practices 313

When a House Is Not a Home: Black Women and the Limits of Racial Belonging 381

Women's Early Encounters with the Americas: Home and Empire 382

Women on the Verge 398

Revisiting 1970s Feminisms 400

Women in Circulation: Body, Image, and Text in Transit 410

Working-Class Studies

Domesticity and its Discontents 057

Rethinking the 1970s through Transnational American Studies 363

Engineering Sonic Worlds 396

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