Saturday, November 18 / 1:15 PM - 3:00 PM Congressional C (Lobby Level)

Session 188
Here, There, Everywhere: Blackness Across the Globe

Chair: Tristan Ivory, Cornell University
Discussant: Tristan Ivory, Cornell University

1. “The Black Queen”: Antiblackness and State-Sovereignty in the Colonization of Hawai‘iHeidi C Nicholls, Johns Hopkins University.

2. Hashtags, Waned Generosity and the Unending Black on Black Test of Endurance of Foreign Nationals in South AfricaAdetola Elizabeth Umoh, university of kwazulu-Natal.

3. Intersectionality as Intertwined Trajectories: Changing Consequences of International and Internal Migrations for the Intersections of Racial, Gender and Migratory Identities in Western São Paulo, 1880-1914 and 1970-2010Karl Monsma, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul; Andréa Vettorassi, Universidade Federal de Goiás.

4. Legacies of Resistance and Resilience: Antebellum Free African Americans and Contemporary Minority Social Control in the NortheastMatthew Ward, The University of Southern Mississippi.

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