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A Symposium sponsored by the Luce Foundation, the University of California Humanities Research Institute, the Center for Ideas and Society, and the Undisciplined Encounters Series


9:45-10:00am Introductory Remarks: Mariam Lam and Neda Atanasoski

10:00am-11:30am Imperial Legacies, Humanitarian Formations
Samera Esmeir, Associate Professor, Rhetoric, UC Berkeley
Shahab Malik, PhD Candidate, Anthropology, UC Riverside
Evren Savci, Assistant Professor, Women and Gender Studies, San Francisco State University
David Lloyd, Distinguished Professor, English, UC Riverside
Moderator: Neda Atanasoski, Associate Professor, Feminist Studies, UC Santa Cruz

11:30-1:00pm Lunch

1:00-2:30pm Religious Rhetorics, Raced Movements
Sylvia Chan-Malik, Assistant Professor, American Studies/Women’s & Gender Studies, Rutgers
Loubna Qutami, PhD Candidate, Ethnic Studies, UC Riverside
Ashon Crawley, Assistant Professor, Ethnic Studies, UC Riverside
J. Kameron Carter, Associate Professor, Theology, Divinity School, Duke
Moderator: Fred Moten, Professor, English, UC Riverside

2:30-2:45pm Coffee Break

2:45-4:15pm Deconstructing Indigeneity, Decolonizing Settler Worldviews
Sarah Hunt, Assistant Professor, Geography, University of British Columbia
Natalie Avalos, Assistant Professor, Religious Studies, Connecticut College
Kehaulani Vaughn, PhD Candidate, Ethnic Studies, UC Riverside
Maile Arvin, Assistant Professor, Ethnic Studies, UC Riverside
Moderator: Mariam Lam, Associate Professor, Comparative Literature, UC Riverside

4:15-4:30pm Concluding Remarks

For more information, please contact Mariam Lam or the Center for Ideas and Society.

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