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Lines of Work - A Symposium on Intellectual Life and Labor Inside and Outside the Academy
Kaprelian Hall (KAP) (Map)
Please join the Department of American Studies & Ethnicity for a Friday, March 28th, half-day symposium on the process and practice of pursuing intellectual lives and careers.
Lines of Work: A Graduate Symposium on Intellectual Life & Labor Inside and Outside the Academy
Invited Speakers include Mimi Thi Nguyen (Associate Professor, Gender and Women Studies/Asian American Studies, University of illinois Champaign Urbana), Daniel Hosang (Associate Professor, Ethnic Studies/Political Science, University of Oregon, and an ASE alumnus), Amitis Motevalli (Artist/Activist/Los Angeles), and Laura Pulido(Professor, American Studies and Ethnicity, USC)
With current ASE Graduate Students: Sabrina Howard, Jih-Fei Cheng, Jessica Lovaas, and Treva Ellison
Breakfast and lunch will be served
Panel One: 10-11:30AM (Howard, Lovaas, HoSang, Pulido*)
Panel Two: 12-1:30PM (Cheng, Nguyen, Motevalli, Ellison*)
Please join the Department of American Studies & Ethnicity for a Friday, March 28th half-day symposium on the process and practice of pursuing intellectual lives and careers. Featuring ASE Alumnus Daniel Martinez HoSang (Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies and Political Science, University of Oregon), Mimi Thi Nguyen (Associate Professor of Gender and Women's Studies and Asian American Studies, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), and Amitis Motevalli (Director, William Grant Still Art Center and L.A. based Iranian-American artist) alongside a diverse array of current ASE graduate students, this symposium asks how new and established scholars engage intellectual projects throughout their respective careers within and outside of the academy. Breakfast and lunch will be served.