SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2018

8:00 am – 9:45 am

424. Gathering after the End: Queer Minoritarian Aesthetics of Ruins

Westin Peachtree Augusta 2 (Seventh)

CHAIR:
Kadji Amin, Emory University

PAPERS:
Summer Kim Lee, Dartmouth College

Making a Serious Mess: Eve Fowler and Anna Sew Hoy's Feminist Gathering in Whole Halves

James McMaster, New York University

Lip-Synching in Detail: Toward a Queer Asian American Ethics of Irresolution
Lakshmi Padmanabhan, Dartmouth College

A Gasp of Air: Ecosexual Intimacies in Tejal Shah's Between The Waves

COMMENT:
Kadji Amin, Emory University

8:00 am – 9:45 am

425. A Voice and Nothing More?: Writing Sound and the Emergence of African American Racial Politics

Westin Peachtree Augusta 3 (Seventh)

CHAIR:
Jeramy DeCristo, University of California–Davis

PAPERS:
Kristin Moriah, Queen's University

A Greater Compass of Voice: Elizabeth Greenfield, Mary Ann Shadd, and Black Women's Vocality
Mark Sussman, CUNY Hunter College

Writing in the Wake: Pauline Hopkins and the Inscriptive Politics of Virtue
Paul Fess, CUNY LaGuardia Community College
Joshua McCarter Simpson's Original Anti-Slavery Songbook
and the Emergence of African American Politics

8:00 am – 9:45 am

426. Past the Town / Gown Divide: Toward Migrant Justice of Farmworkers and Students

Westin Peachtree Augusta B (Seventh)

CHAIR:
Kimberly L. O'Neill, Quinnipiac University

PAPERS:
Cecilia Frescas-Ortiz, The University of New Mexico

Adopting a Politics of Refusal in the Migrant Justice Movement
Vanessa Guzman, University of Minnesota–Twin Cities

The National Day Labor Organizing Network: Contesting Crimmigration and the Neoliberal State
Carolina Alonso-Bejarano, Rutgers University–New Brunswick

Undocumented Jornaleros and the Second Baptist Church: A Magical Coalition in a New Jersey Town
Chantiri Duran Resendiz, University of California, 
Los Angeles

Making Moves In / With / Against the University: The Development of a Politicized Voice in Immigrant Student Organizing

8:00 am – 9:45 am

427. Settler Militarism: Order and Precarity

Westin Peachtree Augusta C (Seventh)

CHAIR:
Cynthia A. Young, Pennsylvania State University

PAPERS:
Aisha Mershani, Gettysburg College

Reframing the Narrative through Visual Ethnography: Photographs of the Palestinian Popular Struggle against the Israeli Apartheid Wall as Visual Injustice Symbols
Alexandra Magearu, University of California–Santa Barbara

Figuring Precariousness in Arab-American Women's Antiwar Poetry
Jennifer Varela, New York University

Good Fences Make Good Neighbors: Visualizing Order and Emergency in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

8:00 am – 9:45 am

428. Ecologies of Radical Healing and Survival

Westin Peachtree Augusta D (Seventh)

CHAIR:
Sarika Chandra, Wayne State University

PAPERS:
Lourdes Alberto, University of Utah

Against Erasure: Indigenous Latinas / os and Ecological Practices in Diaspora
Gregory Hitch, Brown University

Decolonizing the Anthropocene: Developing an Alternative to Colonial Capitalism Amid the Climate Crisis
Sheena Sood, Temple University

DRUM's Soulful Beat: Desis Embodying Radical Healing and Transformative Change
Christopher Chien, University of Southern California

Mapopo Community Farm: The Transnational and Antisystemic Politics of Hong Kong Farm Activism

8:00 am – 9:45 am

429. Power, Poetry, and Public Health: How Essex Hemphill Taught Us to Resist the State

Westin Peachtree Augusta E (Seventh)

CHAIR:
Charles Stephens, Counter Narrative Project

COMMENTS:
Marlon M. Bailey, Arizona State University–Tempe

Charles Stephens, Counter Narrative Project

8:00 am – 9:45 am

430. Articulating Asian / American Aesthetics of Non-Resilience: Neoliberalism's States of Emergency

Westin Peachtree Augusta F (Seventh)

CHAIR:
Patricia R. Stuelke, Dartmouth College

PAPERS:
Emily Raymundo, Dartmouth College
Drip Feed: Accreting Trauma in A Little Life
and 
The Surrendered

Frances Tran, Florida State University

To Inhabit In-Between Spaces of Crisis and Becoming: On a Body in Fukushima
Sharon N. Tran, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

I Wanted to Write a Book That Was like Lying Down: Refusing Neoliberal Resilience
COMMENT:
Patricia R. Stuelke, Dartmouth College

8:00 am – 9:45 am

431. Emergent Forms of Speculative Media

Westin Peachtree Augusta G (Seventh)

CHAIR:
Nihad M. Farooq, Georgia Institute of Technology

PAPERS:
Evan Donahue, Duke University

High Resolution Realities: Games as Simulations of Reality in Artificial Intelligence
Ranjodh S. Dhaliwal, University of California–Davis

The Space Behind the Computer Screen: A Window into Another Dimension
Katherine Buse, University of California–Davis

Beyond the Teapot: The Worldly Atmospherics of CGI in the 1980s
Blair Bainbridge, University of Chicago
The Orogenous Zone: Planetary Feeling in N. K. Jemisin's Broken Earth
Trilogy
COMMENT:
Jennifer Rhee, Virginia Commonwealth University

8:00 am – 11:00 am

432. Breakfast Meeting: James Baldwin Review Editorial Board

Westin Peachtree Chastain A (Sixth)

8:00 am – 9:45 am

433. Performance and Public Scholarship: Poetry, Poetics, Academia, and Activism

Westin Peachtree Chastain C (Sixth)

CHAIR:
Sarah Dowling, University of Washington–Bothell Campus

PANELISTS:
Adam Falkner, Teachers College, Columbia University

Chelsea R. Grimmer, University of Washington–Seattle Campus

Sarah Dowling, University of Washington–Bothell Campus

8:00 am – 9:45 am

434. Emergent Contexts of Corporate Power

Westin Peachtree Chastain D (Sixth)

CHAIR:
Carey Hardin, Miami University–Oxford

PANELISTS:
Jaafar Aksikas, Columbia College–Chicago

Andrew Davis, Appalachian State University

Adam R. Rottinghaus, Miami University–Oxford

Howard Horwitz, University of Utah

Joshua Barkan, University of Georgia

Kevin Musgrave, University of Wisconsin–Madison

Megan M. Wood, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

8:00 am – 9:45 am

435. In Constant Crisis: Bodies and the Routinization of Emergency

Westin Peachtree Chastain H (Sixth)

CHAIR:
Cheryl Spinner, Duke University

PAPERS:
Lindsey Andrews, North Carolina State University at Raleigh

A Talent for Cancer: Critical Theory and Black Study in the University
Adra Raine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Ours Is a Foolish Fire: Poetry, Parenting, Politics
Adam John Waterman, American University of Beirut

Exquisite Cadaver: Emergence as Calamity in Frankenstein in Baghdad

Rebecca VanDiver, Vanderbilt University

Black, White, and Read All Over: Artistic Representations of Black Struggle and Resistance from Katrina to Ferguson

8:00 am – 9:45 am

436. The Revolution Will Be Digitized: Anti-Racist and Feminist Perspectives

Westin Peachtree Chastain I (Sixth)

CHAIR:
André Brock, Georgia Institute of Technology

PAPERS:
Kiera J. Anderson, Simon Fraser University

An Incomplete Feminist History of Call Out Culture
Christina Boyles, Michigan State University

Settler Surveillance: A History of Tracking Indigenous Communities
Jennifer Alzate González, University of Michigan–Ann Arbor

Tumblr as a Digital Archive: Grassroots Feminist Pedagogy on Women of Color Feminist Tumblrs
Bonnie Ruberg, University of California–Irvine

Teaching Social Justice in the Era of Online Harassment
COMMENT:
André Brock, Georgia Institute of Technology

8:00 am – 9:45 am

437. Multi-Directional Migration, Crisis, and Trans-Pacific Imaginaries

Westin Peachtree Chastain J (Sixth)

CHAIR:
Rei Magosaki, Chapman University

PAPERS:
Timothy August, Stony Brook University

Spaced Out: Fashioning Asian America Abroad
Na-Rae Kim, Kennesaw State University

Re-Situating the Korean War through Transnational Korean Literary Imaginations
Ivan V. Small, Central Connecticut State University

Capitalist Lack: Vietnamese American Remittances as Cultural Supplement and Political Critique
Stephen C. Suh, University of Colorado–Colorado Springs

Nostalgic for the Unfamiliar: Korean Americans Return to the Ancestral Homeland
COMMENT:
Rei Magosaki, Chapman University

8:00 am – 9:45 am

438. Sorrow of a City: The (After)Life of the Atlanta Child Murders

Clark Atlanta University Art Museum (223 Brawley Drive SW)

CHAIR:
Michelle S. Hite, Spelman College

PANELISTS:
Maurice J. Hobson, Georgia State University

Holly Smith, Spelman College

Tiffany Atwater Lee, Robert Woodruff Library

Calinda Lee, Atlanta History Center

Maurita Poole, Clark Atlanta University Art Museum

10:00 am – 11:45 am

439. Fostered in Crisis: African American Internationalism under Détente

Westin Peachtree Augusta 2 (Seventh)

CHAIR:
Vaughn Rasberry, Stanford University

PAPERS:
Richard M. Mares, Michigan State University

If I Had a Deal: Robert F. Williams's Travels and Attempts to Travel in 1968
Lauren Angel, George Washington University

Blood Memories: Black Internationalism in American Dance Diplomacy
Zifeng Liu, Cornell University

Under No Circumstances Would China Sell Out Its Friends: Afro-Asianism, New China (1974–1979), and China-U.S. Détente
COMMENT:
Vaughn Rasberry, Stanford University

10:00 am – 11:45 am

440. Black Feminisms across Many Suns: Futuristic Survival

Westin Peachtree Augusta 3 (Seventh)

CHAIR:
Patricia Ventura, Spelman College

PAPERS:
Omari Weekes, Willamette University

We Won't Go: Black Feminism and the Politics of Exhaustion
Theoodre R. Foster, Northwestern University

To Say Bonita Carter's Name: 4 Little Girls, #SayHerName, and the Gendering of Black Death in Neoliberal Civil Rights Memory
Elizabeth Reich, University of Pittsburgh

States of Emergence and the Black Haptic in Strange Days

10:00 am – 11:45 am

441. Performing / Producing Otherwise Worlds: Queer Impossibility as Tactical Emergence

Westin Peachtree Augusta B (Seventh)

CHAIR:
Marlon R. Moore, U.S. Naval Academy

PAPERS:
Meghan R. Quinlan, Independent Scholar

Experiencing a Queer Liminality in Gaga
Tahereh Aghdasifar, Loyola Marymount University

Impossible Emergence: Queer Racialized Life and Death in Diasporic Performance
Meiver De la Cruz, Oberlin College

Queer Border: Melting—a Choreographic Exploration in Progress between the U.S. and Lebanon

10:00 am – 11:45 am

442. Who Is Suspect?: Policing, Racialization, and American Warfare

Westin Peachtree Augusta C (Seventh)

CHAIR:
Josh Scannell, CUNY-Hunter College

PAPERS:
Lisa Bhungalia, Kent State University

Governing Suspects: Race and Economies of Threat in American Warfare
Ashton Wesner, University of California–Berkeley

Ecologizing the Target: Colonialisms, Terrain, and the ScanEagle Drone
Andrea Miller, University of California–Davis

The Promise of Threat: Cyber Security and Race in Augusta, Georgia
Katherine Fehr Chandler, Georgetown University
Re-Viewing Aliens: Watching The X-Files
and Global War on Terror

10:00 am – 11:45 am

443. Racial Property: Performing Legal Fictions

Westin Peachtree Augusta D (Seventh)

CHAIR:
Sarah Chinn, CUNY Hunter College

PAPERS:
Julien Fischer, Duke University

Performative Passage: Whiteness and the De / Naturalized Other
Clare Eby, University of Connecticut

The Zero Sum Game of Corporate Legal Personhood and the Recovery of Human Life in Neoliberal Dystopian Fiction
Christine So, Georgetown University

The Forms of Asian American Law and Literature

10:00 am – 11:45 am

444. Queering Post-Socialism: Alternative Futures beyond Anglo Technologies of Sexuality and Informatics

Westin Peachtree Augusta E (Seventh)

CHAIR:
Jesse W. Schwartz, LaGuardia Community College (CUNY)

PAPERS:
Erin McElroy, University of California–Santa Cruz

Techno-Imaginaries and Materialities of Post-Socialist Romania: Liberalism and Light
Bogdan Popa, University of Cambridge

The Sexual Politics of Complicity: Reading Retro Narratives with 1950s Romanian Realist Socialism
Shana Ye, University of Toronto

Exceptional Injury, Ordinary Violence: Reclaiming Queer Memory in the Cultural Revolution
COMMENT:
Jesse W. Schwartz, LaGuardia Community College (CUNY)

10:00 am – 11:45 am

445. Stomping Movements: Settler Imperial Counterinsurgency and Counterrevolution

Westin Peachtree Augusta F (Seventh)

CHAIR:
Stacy L. Takacs, Oklahoma State University

PAPERS:
Bruno Seraphin, Cornell University

Settler Sovereignty as Counterinsurgency: Standing Rock, Tigerswan, and the Problem of the Virus
Christina M. LeBlanc, Tulane University

From Warfare to Wildlife: Militarism, Environmentalism and Dispossession in Guam and Vieques, Puerto Rico
Navid Farnia, The Ohio State University

Neoliberal States vs. People's Revolutions

10:00 am – 11:45 am

446. Medical States of Emergence and Geographies of Care: Civil Rights Movements and Biopolitics in New Mexico, Texas, and Louisiana

Westin Peachtree Augusta G (Seventh)

CHAIR:
Andrea N. Williams, The Ohio State University

PAPERS:
John Mckiernan-Gonzalez, Texas State University

Muds, Floods, and Clinics: Civil Rights and the Concrete Geographies of Care in Central Texas
Lena McQuade, Sonoma State University

Model Neighborhoods and the Tangled Medical Roots of Gentrification in Santa Fe: Clinica de la Gente and Women's Health Services
Amanda E. Gray, Earlham College

Emergent Communities of Care: Domesticas Unidas and Latina Labor Organizing of Home Healthcare Workers in San Antonio, Texas

10:00 am – 11:45 am

447. This Species of Racialization: Animalization, Anti-Blackness, and Coloniality

Westin Peachtree Chastain C (Sixth)

CHAIR:
Neel Ahuja, University of California–Santa Cruz

PAPERS:
Syl Ko, Independent Scholar

Who Is the Human, and Who Is the Animal, in the Human / Animal Binary?
Cristin Ellis, University of Mississippi

Wynter's Two Natures
Jishnu Guha-Majumdar, Johns Hopkins University

Carceral Humanism and the Animalized Politics of Prison Reform
COMMENT:
Neel Ahuja, University of California–Santa Cruz

10:00 am – 11:45 am

448. Race, Social Media, and the Digital Humanities

Westin Peachtree Chastain D (Sixth)

CHAIR:
Jessica Marie Johnson, Johns Hopkins University

PAPERS:
Melissa Brown, University of Maryland–College Park

The Jezebel Speaks: Black Women and Erotic Labor in the Digital Age
Dhanashree Thorat, University of Kansas

Hashtag Resistance: Building Interracial Coalitions for Racial Justice in the United States
Chesya Burke, University of Florida

#Black Girl Magic: Re-Imagining Black Women Speculative Fiction Artists Within the Spirituality of Womanism

10:00 am – 11:45 am

449. Black Activism through the Arts

Westin Peachtree Chastain H (Sixth)

CHAIR:
Evie Shockley, Rutgers University–New Brunswick

PAPERS:
Nicholas Sammond, University of Toronto

By Any Means Necessary: The Black Panther Black Community News Service and Revolutionary Material Praxis
Joshua B. Guild, Princeton University

What Is This New Orleans We Want to Save?: Kalamu Ya Salaam's Black Radical Cultural Preservation
Jonathan W. Gray, CUNY Graduate School and University Center

Prophets of Rage: Tracy Chapman, Chuck D, and the Black Bohemian Response to the Re-Election of Ronald Reagan
Hayley O'Malley, University of Michigan–Ann Arbor

Toni Cade Bambara's Media Activism and the Dream of Independent Black Cinema
Salamishah Tillet, Rutgers University–Newark

Activism Is My Rent for Living on the Planet: The Urgency of Late Alice Walker
COMMENT:
Evie Shockley, Rutgers University–New Brunswick

10:00 am – 11:45 am

450. Death to the Peace Process: Reemergence(ies) of Palestinian Insurgency

Westin Peachtree Chastain I (Sixth)

CHAIR:
Jennifer Mogannam, University of California–San Diego

PANELISTS:
Omar Zahzah, University of California–Los Angeles

Loubna N. Qutami, University of California–Berkeley

Mohammed Nabulsi, Community Organizer

Jennifer Mogannam, University of California–San Diego

10:00 am – 11:45 am

452. Tour: South-View Cemetery

Clark Atlanta Museum (223 Brawley Drive SW)

11:00 am – 1:00 pm

453. Business Meeting: Students Committee

Westin Peachtree Savannah D (Ninth)

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

454. Representing the Timescales of Climate Change

Westin Peachtree Augusta 2 (Seventh)

CHAIR:
H. Louise Davis, Miami University–Oxford

PAPERS:
Shannon Davies Mancus, Colorado School of Mines

Mother's Nightmare: Climate Refugeeism, Ecofeminism, and the Translation of Ecocritical Literature to Blockbuster Film
Michael Horka, George Washington University
The Death of Man: Inventing Multispecies Infrastructures in Atwood's MaddAddam
Trilogy
Stephanie Bernhard, Salisbury University

Chronic Crisis and Indigenous Survivance in Leslie Marmon Silko's Ceremony

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

455. Black Appalachia: Garveyism, Youth Protest, and Identity in the 20th Century

Westin Peachtree Augusta 3 (Seventh)

CHAIR:
Almas Khan, Georgetown University Law Center

PAPERS:
Daniel Hanglberger, Johannes Kepler University Linz

The Meaning of Garveyism in West Virginia
Sarah Judson, University of North Carolina at Asheville

I Was Born in Jail, I'm Still in Jail: Black Youth Protest in Asheville, 1969
Jillean McCommons, University of Kentucky

Black Appalachian: The Construction of a Regional Identity

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

456. Utopic / Dystopic: Black Feminist Aesthetics

Westin Peachtree Augusta B (Seventh)

CHAIR:
Alex Pittman, Barnard College

PAPERS:
Nicholas Bloom, The University of Texas at Austin

Go Home: Reframing the Subject of Suffering in Jesmyn Ward's Sing, Unburied, Sing

Emily Campbell, University of Massachusetts–Amherst
It Follows Me, and I Them: Black Utopic Relationality in The End of Eating Everything
:
Jonathan Magat, Northwestern University

Mourning Sickness: Vital Extensions of Lost Time with Kia LaBeija's 24

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

457. Policing, Emergency, and Emergence

Westin Peachtree Augusta C (Seventh)

CHAIR:
Micol S. Seigel, Indiana University–Bloomington

PAPERS:
Sal Nicolazzo, University of California–San Diego

No Law for Free Men: Slavery and Police Power in Equiano's Atlantic

Kristin O'Brassill-Kulfan, Rutgers University–New Brunswick

Criminal Pauperism: Vagrancy and the Policing of the Poor in Early America
Theodore Martin, University of California–Irvine

Profiles in Crime
Anoop Mirpuri, Portland State University

Racial Capitalism and the Origins of Crime Fiction
Joseph Darda, Texas Christian University

The Thin White Line: Policing and the Whiteness of Blue Lives
COMMENT:
Micol S. Seigel, Indiana University–Bloomington

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

458. States of Reproduction and the Reproductive State

Westin Peachtree Augusta D (Seventh)

CHAIR:
Christine Marks, CUNY LaGuardia Community College

PAPERS:
Rachel E. Nolan, University of Manchester

Reproductive Professionalism during the Century of Silence
Maria Seger, University of Louisiana–Lafayette

Maternal Filicide and the State in the Interwar Cultural Imaginary
Laura Harrison, Minnesota State University–Mankato

Cribs and Criminalization: Infant Sleep Safety in a Neoliberal Era
Carol Mason, University of Kentucky

The Global Emergence of Rightwing Populism and Transnational Antiabortion Militancy from the 1990s to Now
Clare Daniel, Tulane University

The Prevention Imperative: Negotiating the Politics of Sex Education and Young Parents' Rights

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

459. Representing the Diaspora's Emergence / ies

Westin Peachtree Augusta E (Seventh)

CHAIR:
Cristina J. Perez, University of Michigan–Ann Arbor

PAPERS:
Jessica Walker, University of Michigan–Ann Arbor

The Crisis of Health in Soul Food's Diaspora
Patricia Akinbola, University of Maryland–College Park

The Crisis of Belonging in Diaspora Studies
Joshua Redwine, University of California–Davis

Diasporic Brujos: Emergent Latinx Masculinities

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

460. Emergent Broadcasts: Aesthetics, Politics, and the Potential(s) of Television

Westin Peachtree Augusta F (Seventh)

CHAIR:
Meenasarani L. Murugan, Fordham University

PAPERS:
Hunter Hargraves, California State University–Fullerton

Making Sense of Television by and through Sensing It: Post-Televisual and Post-Affective Identities
Brandy Monk-Payton, Fordham University

States of Televisual Blackness: Race, Nation, and Performance
Mark J. Williams, Dartmouth College

Two or Three Things About Godard-Miéville, David Lynch, and Televisual Intervention
COMMENT:
Meenasarani L. Murugan, Fordham University

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

461. Mapping Segregated Histories: Digital Research and Visualizations for the Public

Westin Peachtree Augusta G (Seventh)

CHAIR:
Mireya Loza, National Museum of American History

PANELISTS:
Jonathan Cortez, Brown University

Emily Esten, Brown University

Monica Martinez, Brown University

COMMENT:
Mireya Loza, National Museum of American History

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

462. Poetry from the Future: Un-Forming the Political

Westin Peachtree Chastain C (Sixth)

CHAIR:
Anthony Y. Kim, Williams College

PAPERS:
Grace Afsari-Mamagani, New York University

Lest I Forget: Locating a Hermeneutics of Knowledge Production in Brown Girl Dreaming and Citizen
Joseph T. Randolph, University at Buffalo

Queer Black Quantum Futurisms and Temporal Epistemic Violence: Camae Ayewa on Technics and Futurity
Huan He, University of Southern California

Trans-Pacific Networks: The Poetics of Theresa Cha and Craig Santos Perez
Dana L. Venerable, University at Buffalo

Performing Translations: Poetics and Politics of Dance Notation

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

463. Rethinking Alternative Worlds: Emerging in the Here and Now of Emergency

Westin Peachtree Chastain D (Sixth)

CHAIR:
Justin A. Joyce
, Emory University
PAPERS:
Gabby Benavente, University of Pittsburgh

Gloria Anzaldua's Mestizaje as Messy Activism in Borderlands / La Frontera

Samantha Plasencia, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Black Rhetoric as Being in Appositionality to an Anti-Black World
Jesse A. Goldberg, Longwood University

Sinking In Order to Breathe: Escaping without Leaving in Jordan Peele's Get Out

Jessica Hurley, University of Chicago

Inhabiting Apocalypse: Emergence without Futurity in the Nuclear Age
April Anson, University of Oregon

Environmental Apocalypse and Settler Colonialism's State(s) of Emergency
Kristen Angierski, Cornell University
Gothic Ecopolitics: Staying with the Terror in Jeff VanderMeer's Southern Reach
Trilogy
Jennifer Liou, Independent Scholar

The Blazing World: Rethinking Restoration Worlds in the Era of Climate Change

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

464. Emerging Perspectives on Popular Representations of Racism and Slavery

Westin Peachtree Chastain H (Sixth)

CHAIR:
Lyra Monteiro, Rutgers University–Newark

PAPERS:
Erica L. Ball, Occidental College

Fantasies of Mastery: Sex, Violence, and Popular Representations of Slavery during the Cold War
Tyler Parry, California State University–Fullerton

Finding the White Dog: An Interspecies Analysis of Anti-Blackness in Popular Culture
Jordan Grant, American University
From Uncle Tom's Cabin
to Underground: Pursuing the Professional Slave-Catcher in Pop Culture
Kellie Carter Jackson, Wellesley College

Screening Slavery: The Political Imagination of Black Suffering
COMMENT:
Lyra Monteiro, Rutgers University–Newark

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

465. Organizing from the Margins

Westin Peachtree Chastain I (Sixth)

CHAIR:
Annelise Orleck, Dartmouth College

PAPERS:
Amanda Hughett, University at Buffalo

From the Chain Gang to the Union Hall: Rethinking the Labor Movement through the Lens of Incarcerated Workers
Eladio B. Bobadilla, Duke University

A Dirty Little Secret: The Roots and Consequences of California's Proposition 187
Heather Berg, University of Southern California

Maybe the State Should Pay: Porn Worker Organizing at the Margins of Employment Law
COMMENT:
Annelise Orleck, Dartmouth College

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

466. Rethinking Emergences of Afro-Asian Coalitions

Westin Peachtree Chastain J (Sixth)

CHAIR:
Judy Tzu-Chun Wu, University of California–Irvine

PAPERS:
Hiro Matsusaka, University of Michigan–Ann Arbor

Labor, Empire, and Afro-Asian Revolutionaries: Black and Japanese Radicals in the Interwar Period
Joo Young Lee, University of Michigan–Ann Arbor

Saving Black Lives: Representations of Black Koreans in Black Magazines
Jang Wook Huh, University of Washington–Seattle Campus

The Politics of Idealization in the Alliance between Eldridge Cleaver and Kim Il Sung
Robeson Taj Frazier, University of Southern California

Afro-Asia as Philosophy of Praxis: Vickie Garvin's Critical Conceptions of Post-Socialist China