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Unmasking Normativity and Empowering Marginalized Communities: A Cultural Studies Graduate Research Conference
WhenSaturday, May 23, 2020, 2 – 5 p.m.
WhereRegistered participants will receive a webinar access link.

Research presentations by candidates for the Master of Arts in Cultural Studies.  

Registration required: Registered participants will receive a webinar access link. Register here.
Session 1

  • Douachee Vang, Hmong Feminism and Family Relations
  • Savita Krishnamoorthy, Storytelling as Disruption – Re/Calibrating the Yoni ki Baat narratives.
  • Janelle Paraiso, Culture of U.S. Soccer

Session 2
  • Kelly Ruhlig, Recognizing Value: Compensating Social Reproduction Labor
  • Kirby Stolzoff, Pamper the Oppression Away: The Reproduction of Individualism in Self Care Discourse
  • Berette S. Macaulay, Embodied Witness: Performing Memory for Black (re)cognition
  • Abigail Altamirano, Poetic Activism, Poetic Scholarship, Poetic Resistance, Poetic Togetherness
See full program details and presentation abstracts.

UW Bothell Event typesAcademics, Conferences, Graduate, Performances
Event sponsorsMaster of Arts in Cultural Studies
School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences
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