Thursday, November 16 / 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM Everglades (2nd Floor)

Session 22
Race and the Classificatory Power of the State

Chair: Hana Brown, Wake Forest University

1. The Human Rights Enforcement Paradox: Racial Projects and the Making of U.S. Foreign Policy, 1976–1992Angela Fillingim, San Francisco State University.

2. A Raceless Archive: From Early Social Science to the FBIAtiya Husain, Carleton University.

3. The Bricks before Brown: How Courts Construct Race in School Desegregation CasesMarisela Martinez-Cola, Morehouse College.

4. Gradations of Citizenship, Sovereignty, and Racial Eligibility in U.S. EmpireKatrina Quisumbing King, Northwestern University.

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