SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2017

8:00 am – 9:45 am

428. Aided, Inspired, Multiplied: Web 2.0, Collaborative Writing, and Social Reading (Online Format)

Hyatt Regency Chicago Acapulco, Ballroom Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Jeremy Dean, hypothes.is
PAPERS:
Jeff Allred, Hunter College (CUNY)
Research, Interpretation, Play: Billy Budd as Role-Playing Game via Ivanhoe for Wordpress
Lawrence Hanley, San Francisco State University
Exploiting the Network: Student Learning on Collaborative Platforms
Erin Glass, University of California, San Diego
Towards Dialogical Student Publics: An Emancipatory Approach to Networked Writing Tools in the Classroom
COMMENT:
Jeremy Dean, hypothes.is

8:00 am – 9:45 am

429. Oceanic Practices of Assent and Dissent in Early American Maritime Manuscripts

Hyatt Regency Chicago Addams, Third Floor West Tower

CHAIR:
Mark Hertzman, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
PAPERS:
Kate Wersan, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Assenting to the Universe at their "Finger Ends": Learning Timekeeping at Sea, 1770-1850
Mark Kelley, University of California, San Diego
Affective Assent and Dissent in Age of Sail Shipboard Manuscripts
Matthew A Knip, Hunter College (CUNY)
Erotic (Dis)Identification in the Journals of Philip C. Van Buskirk
COMMENT:
Daniel Walden, Baylor University

8:00 am – 9:45 am

430. Pedagogy of the Prison: Theorizing and Practicing Prison Education as Dissent

Hyatt Regency Chicago Atlanta, Ballroom Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Megan Sweeney, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
PANELISTS:
Georgia M. Roberts, University of Washington Seattle
Patrick Alexander, University of Mississippi
Rebecca Ginsburg, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Garrett Felber, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
Anoop Mirpuri, Portland State University

8:00 am – 9:45 am

431. Against the Tide: Transpacific Imaginaries, Caribbean Counter-Narratives, Pleasure and Politics

Hyatt Regency Chicago Burnham, Third Floor West Tower

CHAIR:
Vivian Halloran, Indiana University Bloomington
PAPERS:
Sharada Balachandran, University of Maryland at College Park
Experimental Pedagogies: The Pleasures and Politics of Reading Latinx Literature
Shane McCoy, University of Washington Seattle
Reading for Dissent: Counter-Narratives in Michelle Cliff's Abeng (1984)
Bonnie Etherington, Northwestern University The Trans-Pacific in Linda Hogan's People of the Whale
and Leslie Marmon Silko's Ceremony
Sara C. Kaplan, University of California, San Diego
Of Zombis and Other Lessons: Toni Cade Bambara and Erna Brodber's Pedagogies of Crossing

8:00 am – 9:45 am

432. Consent as Dissent in an Age of Co-Option

Hyatt Regency Chicago Columbian, Concourse Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Bill Johnson-Gonzalez, UUniversity of California, San Diego
PAPERS:
Anna Watkins Fisher, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
Dissent in an Age of Embeddedness
Coleman Nye, Simon Fraser University, Canada
The Accumulation of the Primitive: Racializing Nature to Intervene in the Propertization of Human Genes?
Alexander Pittman, Barnard College
On Capitalist Masochism, Financial Domination, and the Racialization of Consent
Johanna Gosse, Columbia University
In Correspondence: Ray Johnson's Mail Art as Mimetic Critique

8:00 am – 9:45 am

433. Principled Separatists: Representations of Withdrawal and Dissent in American Literature and Culture

Hyatt Regency Chicago Comiskey, Concourse Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Leonard Cassuto, Fordham University
PAPERS:
Les Harrison, Virginia Commonwealth University
'The Other Side of that Stone Wall': Thoreau, Proximity, and the Space of Dissent
Nicolette Gable, College of William and Mary
The Gospel of Inaction: Ralph Adams Cram and the Politics of Withdrawal
Isaac Ginsberg Miller, Northwestern University
Bob Kaufman's Exodus: The Ethics of Refusal and the Surrealism of Silence
Matthew Mosher, Stony Brook University (SUNY)
'As the world has shuttered slowly closed': Isolation and Dissent in Doctorow's Homer & Langley

8:00 am – 9:45 am

434. Corporeal Dissent: The Flesh, Clothing & Tattoos

Hyatt Regency Chicago Dusable, Third Floor West Tower

CHAIR:
Jolie A. Sheffer, Bowling Green State University
PAPERS:
Alvin Henry, St. Lawrence University
Black Flesh Rendered Queer: Richard Wright's Island of Hallucination
Ashley E. Palmer, University of Tampa
Looking Backwards: Lessons from Progressive-Era Consumer Reform
Andrea Quintero, Yale University
Object Lessons: Personal Adornment and Dissent in Multiethnic New York City
Bonnie C. O'Neill, Mississippi State University
The Sartorial Symbolism of Dissent, From Petticoat Tyranny to Pussyhat Protest

8:00 am – 9:45 am

435. Lana and Lilly Wachowski's Cinematic Pedagogy of Dissent

Hyatt Regency Chicago Field, Third Floor West Tower

CHAIR:
Susan Stryker, University of Arizona
PAPERS:
Cael M. Keegan, Grand Valley State University
Trans Pedagogies of Perceptive Dissent: The Matrix Trilogy as Emblematic Cinema
Micha Cárdenas, University of Southern California
A Telepathic Chicago Cop Meets a Telepathic Black Woman: Science Fiction as Pedagogy of Dissent
Laura Horak, Carleton University, Roxanne Samer, University of Southern California Forging Collectivities Through Embodied Spectatorship: Sense8, Resistance, and Radical Imagination

8:00 am – 9:45 am

436. Resisting Erasure: AIDS and Modalities of Dissent

Hyatt Regency Chicago Gold Coast, Concourse Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Octavio R. Gonzalez, Wellesley College
PAPERS:
Rene Esparza, University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Propertied Belongings: AIDS Evictions, Neoliberal Subjection, and the Spatialized Politics of Homonormativity
Jan Huebenthal, College of William and Mary
A Tsunami of Feeling: ACT UP New York and Affective Biopolitics
Marika Cifor, University of California, Los Angeles
Undetectable: HIV/AIDS Activism, Biomedical Development and Archival Consequences
David Román, University of Southern California
Longterm Survivors
COMMENT:
Octavio R. Gonzalez, Wellesley College

8:00 am – 9:45 am

437. Worrying the Line: Black Talk/Black Being

Hyatt Regency Chicago Haymarket, Concourse Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Lynn Hudson, University of Illinois at Chicago
PAPERS:
I. Augustus Durham, Duke University
Troubling Schwa: Insertion-Deletion and the Politics of Pronunciation in William Melvin Kelley's dem
Janee Moses, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
"'This is a man's world': Black Cultural Nationalism and Revolutionary Domesticity"
Malcolm Tariq, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
Master P's Ghettocentric (No Limits) Culture

8:00 am – 9:45 am

438. Dissenting Practices: Pedagogical Projects Mobilizing Against State Violence

Hyatt Regency Chicago Hong Kong, Ballroom Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Therese Quinn, University of Illinois at Chicago
PANELISTS:
Paula C. Austin, California State University, Sacramento
José Luis Benavides, University of Illinois at Chicago
William Estrada, University of Illinois at Chicago
Skyla S. Hearn, DuSable Museum of African American History
Alice Kim, Chicago Justice Torture Memorials Project

8:00 am – 9:45 am

439. I Object: Making the Difference of Minoritarian Dissent Matter

Hyatt Regency Chicago Horner, Third Floor West Tower

CHAIR:
Fiona I. B. Ngo, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
PAPERS:
Chris A. Eng, Syracuse University
Re-collecting Camp: Trashy Object Lessons of Orientalist Kitsch
Elliott H. Powell, University of Minnesota Twin Cities
When the Sample Speaks Back: Hip Hop and the Vocality of Raje Shwari
Summer Kim Lee, Dartmouth College
Caked Make-Up and Skin Sounds: The Flesh of Yellowface in Mila Zuo's Carnal Orient
Christina León, Princeton University
Pack Metaphors: Opaque Animality and Kinship in Justin Torres' We the Animals
Julian Gill-Peterson, University of Pittsburgh
Racial Plasticity and the Formlessness of Refusal: HeLa Cells and Synthetic Hormones at the Limit

8:00 am – 9:45 am

440. We Demand: A Special Session for Undergraduate Students

Hyatt Regency Chicago McCormick, Third Floor West Tower

This session, sponsored by the Northwestern American Studies Program, in collaboration with its ethnic Studies and gender Studies units, provides opportunity for undergraduate students attending the annual meeting, to discuss We Demand: The University and Student Protests, with the author and ASA President-Elect Roderick Ferguson. ASA President Kandice Chuh will moderate. A light breakfast will be served. *This session is part of a new initiative to increase undergraduate student engagement with the ASA. Please note that this event reserved for undergraduate students and faculty advisors accompanying them.

PANELISTS:
Roderick Ferguson, President-elect of the American Studies Association and University of Illinois at Chicago
Kandice Chuh, President of the American Studies Association and The Graduate Center of the City University of New York

8:00 am – 9:45 am

441. Geographies of Dissent and Pedagogies of Central American Cultural Studies

Hyatt Regency Chicago New Orleans, Ballroom Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Claudia Milian, Duke University
PAPERS:
Angie C. Bonilla, University of California, Santa Cruz
Visualizing Migration, Enfleshing Migration: Alternate Paradigms of Central American Gender and Sexuality
Ester N. Trujillo, DePaul University
Documenting the Salvi Diasporic Imaginary: Second Generation Challenges to Misrepresentations
Raquel B. Torres, University of Texas at San Antonio
Performing Central American Realities and Identities: Cultural Production and Activism in Virtual Spaces

8:00 am – 9:45 am

442. Militarization of Borders, Politics of Aid, and Policing the Refugee Crisis: The Case of Palestinian and Syrian Refugees in Greece after the EU-Turkey Deal

Hyatt Regency Chicago Ogden, Third Floor West Tower

CHAIR:
Crystal Baik, University of California, Riverside
PANELISTS:
Nadia Barhoum, University of California, Berkeley
Banah Ghadbian, University of California, San Diego
Leena Odeh, Independent Scholar
Loubna N. Qutami, University of California, Riverside

8:00 am – 9:45 am

443. Non-liberal Dissent in Illiberal Times: Envisioning Practices Outside the Modern Nation-state Framework

Hyatt Regency Chicago Roosevelt 3AB, Concourse Level East Tower

CHAIR:
Helen Jun, University of Illinois at Chicago
PAPERS:
Jen-peng Liu, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
He Zhen's "Women's Revolution": A Vision from Anarchist Communism in Natural Justice
Naifei Ding, National Central University, Taiwan
Two Material Feminist Texts: Gilman and Kollontai on Public Kitchens and Sex
Chien-Ting Lin, National Central University, Taiwan
Intimacies in Ruins: "Barefoot Doctors" and the Socialist Revolutionary Medicine under Cold War Divisions
Amie E. Parry, National Central University, Taiwan
Barefoot Septons against Lawful Containments: Envisioning Non-liberal Knowledge Dissemination and Practices of Care
COMMENT:
Helen Jun, University of Illinois at Chicago

8:00 am – 9:45 am

444. Latinx Speculative Dissent: Lessons on Debt, Power, & Spirituality in Literature

Hyatt Regency Chicago San Francisco, Ballroom Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Tanya Gonzalez, Kansas State University
PAPERS:
Jeannine Murray-Román, Florida State University
Revaluing Exchange and Puerto Rican "Debt" in Raquel Salas-Rivera's El terciario/the tertiary
Domino Renee Perez, University of Texas at Austin
"I should have been there to guide your powers": Self-Education in YA Latinx Fiction
Jennifer Lozano, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Spirituality as Queer Narrative in Junot Díaz's The Brief and Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao (2007)

8:00 am – 9:45 am

445. Post-Soviet Pedagogies of Dissent

Hyatt Regency Chicago Skyway 260, Skyway Level East Tower

CHAIR:
Brian Kruzick Goodman, Arizona State University
PAPERS:
Marta Usiekniewicz, University of Warsaw, Poland
Translating Myself into English, Translating My Work into Polish
Anna Kurowicka, Polish Academy of Sciences
Affective Politics of Coming Out in Polish Academia

8:00 am – 9:45 am

446. Outsider Pedagogies: Collectivity and Dissent in the North American Classroom

Hyatt Regency Chicago Soldier Field, Concourse Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Gregory C. Mitchell, Williams College
PANELISTS:
Lori Barcliff Baptista, University of Illinois at Chicago
Pavithra Prasad, California State University, Northridge
Gregory C. Mitchell, Williams College

8:00 am – 9:45 am

447. Human Rights in the Trump Era

Hyatt Regency Chicago Stetson E, Exhibit Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Alexander Hartwiger, Framingham State University
PAPERS:
James Dawes, Macalester College
Human Rights Reporting in the Trump Era
Alexandra S. Moore, Binghamton University (SUNY)
Teaching Human Rights in the Literary Studies Classroom Today
Peter Hitchcock, The Graduate Center of the City University of New York
A World in 'Small' Hands? A Political Economy of Rights
Sophia McClennen, Penn State University
Humor Rights as Human Rights: Satire and Violence in the Trump Era

8:00 am – 9:45 am

448. Material Pedagogies of Activism and Dissent: Gender, Sexuality, and the Built Environment

Hyatt Regency Chicago Wright, Third Floor West Tower

CHAIR:
Jack Gieseking, Trinity College
PAPERS:
Krystyna Michael, The Graduate Center of the City University of New York
The Queer Pedagogy of Edith Wharton's Domestic Interiors
Jennifer Pettit, Independent Scholar
To Make a Better Home: The National Association of Colored Women and the Politics of Beauty
Mary M. Humstone, University of Wyoming
Free the Caged Woman! Historic Preservation in the Equality State
Helis Sikk, College of William and Mary
Landmarks of Dissent: National Park Service and the LGBTQ Heritage Initiative
COMMENT:
Jack Gieseking, Trinity College

8:00 am – 9:45 am

449. Science Fiction as Dissent

Hyatt Regency Chicago Wrigley, Concourse Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Kirin Wachter-Grene, New York University
PAPERS:
Matt Tierney, Penn State University
Toward Things Not as They Are
Ainehi Edoro, Marquette University
Nnedi Okorafor's Utopian Ecology: A Case for Human Extinction
Sean A. Guynes, Michigan State University
Punking Science Fiction: Silkpunk and the Aesthetics of Generic Dissent

8:30 am – 10:30 am

450. Business Meeting: Students' Committee

Hyatt Regency Chicago Stetson A, Exhibit Level West Tower

10:00 am – 11:45 am

451. Dissonant Bodies: Excess, Discard, and Metabolism in Critical Eating Studies

Hyatt Regency Chicago Acapulco, Ballroom Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Margaret S. Kelley, University of Kansas
PAPERS:
Rachel Vaughn, University of California, Los Angeles
Food, Blood, Vitamins: On Eating Placenta, DIY Post-Partum Encapsulation, & Discard Commodification
Sarah E. Tracy, University of California, Los Angeles
Delicious Destruction: Breakdown and ReValue in Big Food Science
Michelle Yates, Columbia College Chicago
Crisis in the Era of the End of Cheap Food: An Ecofeminist Reading of Soylent Green
Christy Spackman, Harvey Mudd College
Ordering Volatile Openings: Instrumentation and the Rationalization of Bodily Odors

10:00 am – 11:45 am

452. Circuits of Knowledge Production: Manuals, Tours, Public History

Hyatt Regency Chicago Addams, Third Floor West Tower

CHAIR:
Betsy J. Erkkila, Northwestern University
PAPERS:
James Davis, Brooklyn College (CUNY), Lonneke Geerlings, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Protest Poetry and Subversive Education: Rosey E. Pool's Lecture Tour through Southern HBCU's
Brenna Casey, Duke University
Sojourner Truth in the Midwest: Photography, Indigeneity and Freedom
Diego A. Millan, Brown University
Taught Happiness: Advice to Freedmen, Disciplining Enjoyment, and Black Joy
Robert Fanuzzi, St. John's University
Public Humanities and Community (Dis)Organizing: African American Histories of the Present

10:00 am – 11:45 am

453. System Breakdowns: Teaching, Imagining, and Negotiating Dissent in Everyday Structures of Control

Hyatt Regency Chicago Atlanta, Ballroom Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Laura Y. Liu, The New School
PAPERS:
Shana Agid, Parsons School of Design
Designing (in) the Known World: Possibilities of Dissent in Systems and Service Design
Melissa Burch, University of Texas at Austin
Delicate Negotiations: Power, Meaning, and Dissent in Constructing the Conviction Script
Kathryn S. Drabinski, University of Maryland at Baltimore County
Take a Walk: Teaching Dissent and the Everyday
COMMENT:
Daniel Berger, University of Washington Bothell

10:00 am – 11:45 am

454. Post-9/11 Fictions and Reconfigurations

Hyatt Regency Chicago Burnham, Third Floor West Tower

CHAIR:
Sarah L. Wasserman, University of Delaware
PAPERS:
Fareed Ben-Youssef, New York University 9/11 Transformed the Whole Planet, Not Just America: Cristi Puiu's Sieranevada
and the Resistant Pedagogy of Conspiracy Theory
Eric Andrew James, Northwestern University, Sarah Katherine Lingo, Northwestern University Imagining Cold War Memory: Bathesda's Fallout
and a Generation that Never Knew the Soviet Union
Susan Lurie, Rice University
Lessons of the Holocaust in Post-9/11 Cultures of Dissent
Jennifer N. Ross, College of William and Mary
Words of Dissent: Re-Teaching History in Post-Hurricane Katrina Literature

10:00 am – 11:45 am

455. Dissent and Sensibility: Anticolonial and Antiracist Aesthetic Pedagogies

Hyatt Regency Chicago Columbian, Concourse Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Karen Jaime, Cornell University
PAPERS:
Leticia Alvarado, Brown University
Dissent by Dismemberment: The Comparative Aesthetics of Enrique Chagoya and Yinka Shonibare
Jennifer S. Ponce de Leon, University of Pennsylvania
Anticolonial Critique & Utopian Speculation in Transmedia Art
COMMENT:
Karen Jaime, Cornell University

10:00 am – 11:45 am

456. Reform in the Progressive Era: A Primer in Dissent

Hyatt Regency Chicago Comiskey, Concourse Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Benjamin Johnson, Loyola University Chicago
PAPERS:
Jeannette Eileen Jones, University of Nebraska–Lincoln
'Imperialism is Hostile to Liberty and Tends Toward Militarism': Revisiting Anti-imperialist Critique and Activism
Nathaniel Cadle, Florida International University
Transnational Networks of Reform: The Mexican Revolution and U.S. Progressivism
Julie Naviaux, University of Alabama Huntsville
Traditionally yet Progressively American: Black Performances on the Early 20th Century's Great White Way
Heather Chacon, Greensboro College
There's Sickness in the Water: Resisting Environmental Racism from the Progressive Era to Flint, Michigan

10:00 am – 11:45 am

457. Visualizing Indigenous, Black & Asian American Dissent

Hyatt Regency Chicago Dusable, Third Floor West Tower

CHAIR:
Edward Tang, University of Alabama Tuscaloosa
PAPERS:
Cheryl Spinner, Duke University
Darkrooms of Dissent: James VanDerZee's Glamour Photography
Guoqian Li, University of Hawai'i at Ma\noa
Dissident and Diasporic Memory in Liu Hung's Self-Portraits
Belquis Elhadi, University of Michigan
Wrapped in Controversy: Hijab, Playboy, and Modes of Self-Representation
Joanna Hearne, University of Missouri
Stills from a Film that is Missing: Indigenous Images and the Photographic Interval in Early Cinema

10:00 am – 11:45 am

458. Dissident Art: Objection, Abjection, and the (Un)Teachable

Hyatt Regency Chicago Field, Third Floor West Tower

CHAIR:
Anna Thompson Hajdik, University of Wisconsin–Whitewater
PAPERS:
Gustavus Stadler, Haverford College
Woody Guthrie's Shame
Nicholas Sammond, University of Toronto, Canada
Horrible Prettiness: Strategic Ugliness and the Resistant Art of Emory Douglas
Jennifer Doyle, University of California, Riverside
Unteachable Moments

10:00 am – 11:45 am

459. Suicidal Pedagogies

Hyatt Regency Chicago Gold Coast, Concourse Level West Tower

CHAIR:
C. R. Snorton, Cornell University
PANELISTS:
C. R. Snorton, Cornell University
Eric Stanley, University of California, Riverside
Bobby Benedicto, McGill University, Canada

10:00 am – 11:45 am

460. Pedagogies of Black Travel

Hyatt Regency Chicago Haymarket, Concourse Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Gary Totten, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
PAPERS:
Miriam Thaggert, University of Iowa
Off the Tracks: Teaching and Researching Black Women's Travel Narratives
Laila Amine, University of North Texas
Homecoming: A Lesson on Exile in William Gardner Smith's Fiction
Shaundra Myers, Northwestern University
Transient Intimacies: Contemporary Black Prose and the Form of Travel
COMMENT:
Gary Totten, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

10:00 am – 11:45 am

461. From Southern California to the New South: Regional Racial Formations and their Undoing

Hyatt Regency Chicago Hong Kong, Ballroom Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Geraldo Cadava, Northwestern University
PAPERS:
Genevieve Carpio, University of California, Los Angeles
Tinted Windows: Countermobility in Postwar Los Angeles
Perla M. Guerrero, University of Maryland
Second Generation Latina/o Southerners: Racialization, Education, and Marginalization
Priscilla Leiva, Loyola Marymount University
Yardsticks of the Future: Domed Stadiums and New Racial Visions in Houston and Beyond
COMMENT:
Geraldo Cadava, Northwestern University

10:00 am – 11:45 am

462. Imperial Surplus: Dissent in the Visual and Material Remainders of Power

Hyatt Regency Chicago Horner, Third Floor West Tower

CHAIR:
Simeon Man, University of California, San Diego
PAPERS:
Anthony Y. Kim, Hunter College (CUNY) Intimate Lighting: Queer Urban Aesthetics in Barry Jenkins' Moonlight
and Andrew Ahn's Spa Night
Davorn Sisavath, California State University, Fresno
Places of Dissent: Looking Beyond Ruins and Decay
Trung P. Q. Nguyen, University of California, Santa Cruz
Post-War Visuality: Afterimages and Images After the Corpse
Rachel H. Lim, University of California, Berkeley
Hemispheric Korean Americas: Diasporic Refusal among Korean Descendants in Mérida, México
COMMENT:
Simeon Man, University of California, San Diego

10:00 am – 11:45 am

463. Critical Disability Studies Caucus: Vulnerability/Debility/Disability: Theorizing/Finding New Forms of Dissent

Hyatt Regency Chicago McCormick, Third Floor West Tower

CHAIR:
Katerina Kolarova, Charles University in Prague, Czechoslovakia
PAPERS:
Hailee Yoshizaki-Gibbons, University of Illinois at Chicago
Beyond the Social Model: Exploring Dementia as Debility in Disability Studies
Theodora Danylevich, George Washington University
Learning from Domestic Violence: Private Vulnerability and Public Avenues of Dissent
Brady Forrest, George Washington University
Black Excess, Manic Excess: Feeling Vulnerable, Building Community, and Imagining Resistance
Alyson Patsavas, University of Illinois at Chicago
Pedagogies of Pain and the Logic of Accounting
COMMENT:
Katerina Kolarova, Charles University in Prague, Czechoslovakia

10:00 am – 11:45 am

464. New Pedagogical Directions in Latino/a TV and Film Studies

Hyatt Regency Chicago New Orleans, Ballroom Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Christopher Gonzalez, Utah State University
PAPERS:
Camilla Fojas, University of Virginia
Teaching Latino Film in the End Times
Isabel Molina-Guzman, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Teaching the Cultural Politics of Hollywood Casting and the Promise of Digital Dissent
Frederick Luis Aldama, Ohio State University
21st Century Reel & Real Latinx Literacies
Mary Beltran, University of Texas at Austin
Schooling TV Viewers with Wild (and Funny) Tongues: Cristela Alonzo and Grace Parra

10:00 am – 11:45 am

465. Foreclosing the Future? Diapers, Debt, and Dross

Hyatt Regency Chicago Ogden, Third Floor West Tower

CHAIR:
John Gronbeck-Tedesco, Ramapo College of New Jersey
PAPERS:
Melinda Cooper, University of Sydney, Australia
A Burden on Future Generations? Challenging the Neoliberal Critique of Government Deficit Spending
Nadine Ehlers, University of Sydney, Australia
Governing the "Super-User 1%" as Debt Burden: Critical Pedagogies of Medical Hot Spotting
Shiloh Krupar, Georgetown University, Christopher Greig Crysler, University of California, Berkeley
(En)Gauging Dross: Notes on Cities and the Credit Crisis

10:00 am – 11:45 am

466. Presidential Session: Pedagogies of Anti/Fascism

Hyatt Regency Chicago Regency B, Ballroom Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Laura Kang, University of California, Irvine
PANELISTS:
Cathy Schlund-Vials, University of Connecticut
Siobhan Somerville, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Jodi Byrd, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Neferti Tadiar, Columbia University
Robin Kelley, University of California, Los Angeles
Vijay Prashad, Trinity College

10:00 am – 11:45 am

467. Kinship in Transit: Transnational Circuits of Gender, Sexuality and Family

Hyatt Regency Chicago Roosevelt 3AB, Concourse Level East Tower

CHAIR:
Francesca Royster, DePaul University
PAPERS:
Brian Connolly, University of South Florida
Sovereignty and Utopia: International Law and Marriage in the 19th Century United States
Crystal Parikh, New York University
Against American Good Life: CEDAW and the Right to Revolution
Asha Nadkarni, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
"American books . . . [are] so yesterday:" Rising Asia, Pathological Masculinity, and U.S. Futures
Kimberlee Pérez, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Feeling through Ramble-Ations and D'FunQT Times: Performance and the Politics of Queer Trans/national Family Storytelling

10:00 am – 11:45 am

468. Queers, Laughs, Jabs, and Visitas: Exploring New Directions in Cuban-American Studies

Hyatt Regency Chicago San Francisco, Ballroom Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Maria de los Angeles Torres, University of Illinois at Chicago
PAPERS:
Julio Capo, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Queers and Competing Tourist Markets in Miami and the Caribbean, 1920–1940
Albert Laguna, Yale University
Before the Thaw: The Politics of Cuban Popular Culture in 21st Century Miami and Havana
Michael J. Bustamante, Florida International University
Confronting (and Forgetting) Return: The Visitas de la Comunidad of 1979
Christina D. Abreu, Northern Illinois University
Patria over Profits: The Story of Cuban Boxing Champion Teófilo Stevenson
COMMENT:
Maria de los Angeles Torres, University of Illinois at Chicago

10:00 am – 11:45 am

469. Three Generations of Funk: Performances of Dissent in Kendrick Lamar, Jessica Care Moore, and Sarah Webster Fabio

Hyatt Regency Chicago Skyway 260, Skyway Level East Tower

CHAIR:
Tammy L. Kernodle, Miami University
PAPERS:
Michael J. New, Saint Anselm College
Panther Teacher: Sarah Webster Fabio's Black Power
Anthony Bolden, University of Kansas
Blue Funk as Black Feminist Poetics: Jessica Care Moore's Black Tea
Sequoia Maner, University of Texas at Austin
Reviving Tupac Shakur in the #BlackLivesMatter Era: Kendrick Lamar, G-Funk, and the Performance of Dissent
COMMENT:
Tammy L. Kernodle, Miami University

10:00 am – 11:45 am

470. Rethinking Transgender Scholarship: Critical Trans Organizing in Higher Education

Hyatt Regency Chicago Soldier Field, Concourse Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Toby Beauchamp, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
PAPERS:
Eli Erlick, Independent Scholar
Death in the Academy: Transgender Necropolitics, Commodity, and Higher Education
Mel L Ferrara, University of Arizona
The Costs of Safety: Negotiating the Role of the Neoliberal Subject in LGBTQIA+ Inclusivity Training
Sage Perdue, University of California, Merced
Trans Bodies of Knowledge: Critical Pedagogy, Doing Philosophy, and Collective Agency
Lily Zacharias, Bard College
Access Without Inclusion: Loretta Lynch, Transgender Dissent, and Pedagogies of Resistance

10:00 am – 11:45 am

471. Cultures of Dissent in the U.S. Prison

Hyatt Regency Chicago Stetson E, Exhibit Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Perry Zurn, American University
PAPERS:
Stephen P. Dillon, Hampshire College
A World Beneath the World: Feminist/Queer Coalitions Against the Prison State
Emily Hainze, Columbia University
Writing and Rebellion at the New York State Reformatory for Women at Bedford Hills
Joshua Mitchell, University of Southern California
Blood, Bonds, and 16mm: Military Films and Prisoners' Wartime Labor in World War II
Sam Tenorio, Northwestern University
Leisure Time: Mobility's Utility in Carceral Space-Time and Its Effect on Dissent

10:00 am – 11:45 am

472. Processing, Preparing, and Rationing Food in the 20th Century United States

Hyatt Regency Chicago Wright, Third Floor West Tower

CHAIR:
Amy Bentley, New York University
PAPERS:
Allison Varzally, California State University, Fullerton
Realizing Immigrant Cultures and Entrepreneurship in Southern California's Restaurants
Bonnie M. Miller, University of Massachusetts at Boston
Marketing Pure Food: The Spectacle of Food Production at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915
COMMENT:
Amy Bentley, New York University

10:00 am – 11:45 am

473. Looking Back, Angry and Otherwise: Popular Media, Dissent, and Historiography

Hyatt Regency Chicago Wrigley, Concourse Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Victoria Hesford, Stony Brook University
PAPERS:
Mimi White, Northwestern University
Women, Feminism, and Genre in Mad Men
Leigh Goldstein, Northwestern University
History in General: Undiscipline, Survival and the Politics of Popular Historiography
Meenasarani L. Murugan, Fordham University "Indians on TV": Master of None
and TV History's Mundane South Asian Idols

11:30 am – 2:00 pm

474. Walking Tour of the Pilsen Neighborhood's Latinx Murals (Description under General Information, p. 26)

Museum of Mexican Art (1852 W 19th St) Main Entrance

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

475. Repositories of Dissent: Unusual Archives of the Anthropocene

Hyatt Regency Chicago Acapulco, Ballroom Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Shane D. Hall, Salisbury University
PAPERS:
Erica M. Hannickel, Northland College
George Engelmann, the Missouri Botanical Garden Archives, and the Unmaking of Monsanto's Empire
Sherri Sheu, University of Colorado-Boulder
"Ghastly Relics of a Merciless Slaughter": Visualizing Extinction at the 1888 Ohio Valley Exposition
Sarah J. Moore, University of Arizona
"General Noble" Meets Uncle Sam: The Double Discourse of Nature at the World's Columbian Exposition
Rebecca Evans, Winston-Salem State University
Deleted, Withheld: Anti-Archives of Climate Activism

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

476. Praxis and Pedagogies of Power

Hyatt Regency Chicago Addams, Third Floor West Tower

CHAIR:
Jodi Melamed, Marquette University
PAPERS:
Sarah E. Dougher, Portland State University, Diane Pecknold, University of Louisville
Negotiating Girl Power: Normative and Transformative Community-Based Feminist Pedagogy at Girls' Rock Camps
Victoria E. Thomas, University of Washington Seattle
Soul Work: Critical Black Feminist Praxis in the Era of Hyper Incarceration
Rose Miron, University of Minnesota Twin Cities
An Indigenous Pedagogy of Dissent: Displacing Stereotypes and Centering Native Histories on the Borders of the Stockbridge-Munsee Reservation
Robert Zecker, St. Francis Xavier University, Canada
Carry the Light to the Masses: The International Workers Order's Proletarian Children's Schools

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

477. Theater of Dissent

Hyatt Regency Chicago Atlanta, Ballroom Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Nitasha Sharma, Northwestern University
PAPERS:
Ida Yalzadeh, Brown University
Disembodiment and the Politics of Knowledge Production in Nassim Soleimanpour's White Rabbit Red Rabbit
Dan DiPiero, Ohio State University
Improvisation as Pedagogy of Dissent
Rachel Miller, University of Michigan
Race, Creativity, and Labor Organizing in Vaudeville's Jim Crow
Patrick Maley, Centenary University of New Jersey
Theatrical Dissent, Performative Pedagogy: Contemporary African American Drama and Collaborative Identity Crafting

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

478. Staking Claims: Race, Space, and (Re)Settlement in Minneapolis and Detroit

Hyatt Regency Chicago Burnham, Third Floor West Tower

CHAIR:
Karine Walther, Georgetown University Qatar
PAPERS:
Thomas S. Dolan, George Washington University
Empty Space: Unsettling Empire in Arab Detroit
Kasey Keeler, University of Virginia
Little Earth Housing Complex: American Indian Resilience, Resistance, and Responsibility in Minneapolis
Joseph DeLeon, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
Not on My Watch: Citizen Complaint Apps and Detroit's Spatial Legacies
Sasha Maria Suarez, University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Rewriting Settler Space through Indigenous Community Outreach in Minneapolis

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

479. Visuality and Violence: Scopic Regimes in the Age of the War on Terror

Hyatt Regency Chicago Columbian, Concourse Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Charlotte Lucy Kent, Montclair State University
PAPERS:
Campbell Birch, Columbia University
Blind Spots: Photography at the Limits of Exposure
Margaret U. Goddard, Brown University
"Let me look at you": Language and the Visual
Erin McElroy, University of California, Santa Cruz
Hacking the Inimical of Post-Cold War Time: Mr. Robot, the Trumpocalypse, and the Doomsday Machine
Jocelyn E. Marshall, University at Buffalo (SUNY)
Standing in the Procedure: Investigating the (Un)Seen and (Un)Heard at Abu Ghraib
COMMENT:
Charlotte Lucy Kent, Montclair State University

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

480. Training for Revolution: The 1877 Strikes and the Chicago Idea

Hyatt Regency Chicago Comiskey, Concourse Level West Tower

CHAIR:
David Roediger, University of Kansas
PAPERS:
Daniel A. Graff, University of Notre Dame
The St. Louis Idea: Revisiting Region, Race, Rioting, and Radicalism in the 1877 General Strike
Gale Ahrens, Independent Scholar
More Dangerous Than a Thousand Rioters
Justin Rogers-Cooper, LaGuardia Community College (CUNY)
Incendiarism, Insurrection, Sabotage: Lessons from the Railroad War
COMMENT:
Rosemary Feurer, Northern Illinois University

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

481. Public Archives of Dissent

Hyatt Regency Chicago Dusable, Third Floor West Tower

CHAIR:
Lisa Goff, University of Virginia
PAPERS:
Melanie Chambliss, Northwestern University
Archival Activism: Understanding the Role of Black Archives in the Creation of Dissenting Historical Epistemologies
Johanna Taylor, Arizona State University
Art as Collaborative Dissent in New Orleans
Abram Coetsee, Cornell University
5 Pointz and the Precarity of Education: Graffiti, Ephemerality, and the Archives of Dissent

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

482. The Matter of Teaching and the Politics of Race: Technology, Markets, Institutions

Hyatt Regency Chicago Field, Third Floor West Tower

CHAIR:
Koritha Mitchell, Ohio State University
PAPERS:
Christopher Dingwall, University of Toronto, Canada
A Burst of Brilliant Color: W. E. B. Du Bois and the Art History Slideshow in the Black Radical Tradition
Korey Garibaldi, University of Notre Dame
Making America Racially and Ethnically Tolerant: Rehabilitating and Desegregating Children's Literature in the Post-Depression U.S.
COMMENT:
Koritha Mitchell, Ohio State University

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

483. Violence, Politics and the Limits of Imagination

Hyatt Regency Chicago Gold Coast, Concourse Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Bakirathi Mani, Swarthmore College
PANELISTS:
Catherine O. Jacquet, Louisiana State University
Hollis Griffin, Denison University
Lisa Arellano, Colby College
Jen Manion, Amherst College

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

484. Sensing, Embodying, Creating: Pedagogical Approaches of/to the Civil Rights Movement

Hyatt Regency Chicago Haymarket, Concourse Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Charles Payne, Rutgers University Newark
PAPERS:
Francoise N. Hamlin, Brown University
Courting the Senses: Experiential Learning and Civil Rights Movement Pedagogy
Paige McGinley, Washington University In St. Louis
Dramatizing Dissent: Nonviolence Training and Theatrical Tactics in the Civil Rights Movement
William Sturkey, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Freedom and What it Means to Me: Pedagogies of Dissent in the Mississippi Freedom Schools

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

485. Getting the Joke: Unlaughter, Offense, and (Un)acceptable Humor

Hyatt Regency Chicago Hong Kong, Ballroom Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Irvin Hunt, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
PAPERS:
Raul Perez, University of Denver
Racist Humor without Hatred? Lisa Lampanelli and the Articulation of a Post-Racism Fantasy
Lanita Jacobs, University of Southern California
Authenticating Apologies in Black Standup Comedy
Peter C. Kunze, University of Texas at Austin
Suck It Up, Buttercup: Conservative Commentators as Comedians
Jared N. Champion, Young Harris College
'That Goal-Line Defense Still Waiting at the Pearly Gates': Tosh, Bigotry, and Fundamentalism

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

486. The Charge of Complicity

Hyatt Regency Chicago Horner, Third Floor West Tower

CHAIR:
Janet Jakobsen, Barnard College
PANELISTS:
Abigail Boggs, Wesleyan University
Nick Mitchell, University of California, Santa Cruz
Liz Kinnamon, University of Arizona
Alexis Shotwell, Carleton University, Canada

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

487. Visibility, Visuality, and Incarceration

Hyatt Regency Chicago McCormick, Third Floor West Tower

CHAIR:
Shirley Thompson, University of Texas at Austin
PAPERS:
Ruby C. Tapia, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
Against "Passive Resistance": On Photography, Facelessness, and the Juvenile Exception
Kyle Frisina, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
Ethical Attention to Invisible Injustice: Race, Prison, and Embodiment in Tarell McCraney's The Brothers Size
Christine So, Georgetown University
Modeling Dissent: Korematsu v. United States
Kita Douglas, Duke University
Sight and Sentence: Graphic Form, State Metrics, and Japanese American Wartime Incarceration

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

488. New Directions in Television History: Examining the Transnational Histories of Spanish-Language TV

Hyatt Regency Chicago New Orleans, Ballroom Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Alejandra Bronfman, University of British Columbia, Canada
PANELISTS:
Mireya Loza, National Museum of American History
Yeidy M. Rivero, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
Kenton T. Wilkinson, Texas Tech University

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

489. Learning from Cuba: The Legacy of the Cuban Revolution in the Formation and Development of the US Left

Hyatt Regency Chicago Ogden, Third Floor West Tower

CHAIR:
Devyn Spence Benson, Davidson College
PAPERS:
Sarah Seidman, Museum of the City of New York
Emancipatory Pedagogies of the Black Freedom Struggle and the Cuban Revolution
Teishan Latner, Thomas Jefferson University
Unfinished Revolutions: Cuba in the Contemporary U.S. Radical Imagination
Ben V. Olguin, University of Texas at San Antonio
Barrios of the World: Aztlán, Cuba, and Revolutionary Dissensus in the Chicana/o Left
COMMENT:
Devyn Spence Benson, Davidson College

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

490. Performing Transnational Dissent

Hyatt Regency Chicago Roosevelt 3AB, Concourse Level East Tower

CHAIR:
Janet Fiskio, Oberlin College
PAPERS:
Andrew J. Brown, Western Washington University
Umzabalazo: Performing Black Queer Resistance in South Africa's Student Uprisings
Victoria Fortuna, Reed College
For the Money: Argentine Contemporary Dance and the Global Cultural Economy
Jasmine Mahmoud, Washington University in St. Louis
On 'Black Lives, Black Words' and Transnational Black Worlds: A Black Sense of Place on Stage

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

491. Philippine Trans/Nationalism: Dissent and Complicity in Second Generation Filipino America

Hyatt Regency Chicago San Francisco, Ballroom Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Robyn Magalit M. Rodriguez, University of California, Davis
PAPERS:
Joy Sales, Northwestern University
The Filipino/a Radical Tradition: A Historical Examination of Filipino/a Youth and Transnational Organizing
Mark Sanchez, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Cultural Activism in the Anti-Marcos Movement
Karen B. Hanna, University of California, Santa Barbara
Subversives Acts of Hiding: Filipina/o TNTs, Anti-Martial Law Activists, and Immigration Politics Under Trump
12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

492. Sonic Battleground: Domination and Contestation in the Soundscape of the State

Hyatt Regency Chicago Skyway 260, Skyway Level East Tower

CHAIR:
Derek Vaillant, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
PAPERS:
David Suisman, University of Delaware
The Militarization of the Ear: Music and War-Making from Ancient Greece to LollaFallujah
Daphne G. Carr, New York University
Sound Protocols: Street Medic Public Education and Treatments for Sound Energy Injuries
Brian Hochman, Georgetown University
Little Brother, Big Brother: The Telephone Tap and the Invention of the American Surveillance State
COMMENT:
Derek Vaillant, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

493. Pedagogies of Dissent in American Literature: Critical Practices for a Changing World

Hyatt Regency Chicago Soldier Field, Concourse Level West Tower

CHAIRS: Eden K. Osucha, Bates College
Carol Batker, University of San Francisco
PANELISTS:
Cassius Adair, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
Sarah Ensor, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
Stephen Brauer, St John Fisher College
Tina Chen, Penn State University
Andrew Donnelly, Harvard University
Thomas Koenigs, Scripps College
Lisa Nakamura, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

494. Pedagogies of Music, Politics, and Race

Hyatt Regency Chicago Stetson E, Exhibit Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Daniel HoSang, Yale University
PANELISTS:
Gaye Theresa Johnson, University of California, Los Angeles Oneka Labennett, Cornell University
Loren Kajikawa, University of Oregon
Ali Colleen Neff, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Gabriel Solis, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Regina N. Bradley, Kennesaw State University

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

495. Witnessing Faithfully Our Dissent: On the Intimate Praxis of Emotional Knowing

Hyatt Regency Chicago Wright, Third Floor West Tower

CHAIR:
Manuel Chavez, Monmouth University
PAPERS:
Shireen Roshanravan, Kansas State University
Model-Minority Dissent and the 'Spectacular Opacity' of Asian-Black Solidarity
Ernesto S. Martinez, University of Oregon
Queer Arousals in Contexts of Racialized Harm
Gabriela A. Veronelli, Binghamton University (SUNY)
Can You Hear Me Now? Performing Non-Dialogic Communication

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

496. Sport, Dissent, and Representation during the 1970s

Hyatt Regency Chicago Wrigley, Concourse Level West Tower

CHAIR:
Randy Roberts, Purdue University
PAPERS:
Johnny Smith, Georgia Institute of Technology
It's A Man's World: Baseball, Black Power, and the Meaning of Reggie Jackson
Aram Goudsouzian, University of Memphis
Rooting for Goliath: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Wilt Chamberlain, and the Cultural Politics of Black Giants
Eric A. Hall, Northern Illinois University
The Old Man and Billie Jean: The 1973 "Battle of the Sexes" Tennis Match Reexamined
Jaime Schultz, Penn State University
Crashing the Marathon: Women's Distance Running as Feminist Activism, 1959–1972
COMMENT:
David K. Wiggins, George Mason University