Articulations of Ethnicity, Race and Nationhood

Tuesday, July 15, 2014: 3:30 PM-5:20 PM
Room: F201
RC05 Racism, Nationalism and Ethnic Relations (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizer:
Sirma BILGE, Universite de Montreal, Canada
Sirma BILGE, Universite de Montreal, Canada
Making Race through Immigration Policy: The Science and Politics of the 1911 Dillingham Commission Report (Oral Presentation)
Seonmin KIM, University of California, Berkeley, USA; Sunmin KIM, University of California, Berkeley, USA

The Past of Others: Korean Memorials in a New York Suburb (Oral Presentation)
Noriko MATSUMOTO, University of Vermont, USA

Becoming Each Other: Interculturalisms, Grassroots Resistance and Cultural Creativity in Post-Colonial Trinidad and Tobago (Oral Presentation)
Rhoda REDDOCK, University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago

Ethnic Conflict and Internal Colonialism: Theoretical Reflections for the Indigenous Mobilizations of the 21st Century (Oral Presentation)
Natividad GUTIERREZ CHONG, Universidad Nacional Autonoma, Mexico

Octopus Man and Tiger Woman - Why the Chinese Are Bad for Australian Nationhood (Oral Presentation)
Georgina TSOLIDIS, University of Ballarat, Australia

Repositioning the Racial Gaze: Aboriginal Perspectives on Race, Race Relations and Governance (Oral Presentation)
Daphne HABIBIS, University of Tasmania, Australia; Penny TAYLOR, Larrakia Nation Aboriginal Corporation, Australia; Maggie WALTERS, University of Tasmania, Australia; Catriona ELDER, University of Sydney, Australia

Categorical Divisions: The Hostilities Between “Indigenous” and “Immigrants” As a ‘State Effect' (Oral Presentation)
Nandita SHARMA, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA