Workshop: Race, Place and Capital

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A view of the stained glass decorations at the Mershon Center
November 18 - November 19, 2016
8:00AM - 5:00PM
Location
Mershon Center for International Security Studies

Date Range
Add to Calendar 2016-11-18 08:00:00 2016-11-19 17:00:00 Workshop: Race, Place and Capital

This event is co-sponsored by the Department of Political Science, the Criminal Justice Research Center, the Center for Interdisciplinary Law and Policy Studies, and the Mershon Center for International Security Studies

This workshop will look at a series of questions that have in common a theoretical concern with Race, Place, and Capital.  Participants will address issues of empire, development, transnationalism, and policing.

FRIDAY - Mershon Center for International Security Studies (click to view on a campus map)

12:30-2:00 PM

  • Lunch

2:00-3:15 PM

  • Chair, Andres Guzman (Indiana University)
  • Joshua Lund (Notre Dame):  "Herzog's Fitzcarraldo (1982) and the poetics of primitive accumulation"
  • Olimpia Rosenthal (Indiana University):  "The Racialization of Sex in Desmundo"

3:30-4:45 PM

  • Chair, Olimpia Rosenthal (Indiana University)
  • Ishan Ashutosh (Indiana University):  "Triangulating Empire:  The U.S. and Colonial India"
  • Amy Cohen (Ohio State):  "The Right to Food and the New Supermarket in India" (with Jason Jackson)

SATURDAY - Derby Hall 2130 (click to view on a campus map)

10:30 AM-12:15 PM

  • Chair, Ishan Ashutosh (Indiana University)
  • Daniel Nemser (Michigan):  "Domination and the Racialization of Freedom in the Iberian Empire"
  • Leslie Alexander (Ohio State):  "The Only Country on Earth where the Man of color walks in all the plenitude of his rights':  Black Visions of Haiti in the Early Nineteenth Century"

12:30-2:00 PM

  • Lunch

2:15-3:30 PM

  • Chair, Amna Akbar (Ohio State)
  • Andres Guzman (Indiana University):  "Ethnics of the Real:  H.B. 2281 and the Alien(ated) Subject"
  • Sara Rodriguez Arguelles (Ohio State):  "Across the Boarder and into the Cold:  Hieleras and the Punishment of Asylum-Seeking Central American Women in the United States"

3:45-5:00 PM

  • Chair, Ines Valdez (Ohio State)
  • Amna Akbar (Ohio State):  "Borderlands:  Policing Reconsidered"
  • Jessie Speer (Syracuse):  "'They all seem to be speaking louder than me':  Homelessness and the Struggle to be Heard"
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This event is co-sponsored by the Department of Political Science, the Criminal Justice Research Center, the Center for Interdisciplinary Law and Policy Studies, and the Mershon Center for International Security Studies

This workshop will look at a series of questions that have in common a theoretical concern with Race, Place, and Capital.  Participants will address issues of empire, development, transnationalism, and policing.

FRIDAY - Mershon Center for International Security Studies (click to view on a campus map)

12:30-2:00 PM

  • Lunch

2:00-3:15 PM

  • Chair, Andres Guzman (Indiana University)
  • Joshua Lund (Notre Dame):  "Herzog's Fitzcarraldo (1982) and the poetics of primitive accumulation"
  • Olimpia Rosenthal (Indiana University):  "The Racialization of Sex in Desmundo"

3:30-4:45 PM

  • Chair, Olimpia Rosenthal (Indiana University)
  • Ishan Ashutosh (Indiana University):  "Triangulating Empire:  The U.S. and Colonial India"
  • Amy Cohen (Ohio State):  "The Right to Food and the New Supermarket in India" (with Jason Jackson)

SATURDAY - Derby Hall 2130 (click to view on a campus map)

10:30 AM-12:15 PM

  • Chair, Ishan Ashutosh (Indiana University)
  • Daniel Nemser (Michigan):  "Domination and the Racialization of Freedom in the Iberian Empire"
  • Leslie Alexander (Ohio State):  "The Only Country on Earth where the Man of color walks in all the plenitude of his rights':  Black Visions of Haiti in the Early Nineteenth Century"

12:30-2:00 PM

  • Lunch

2:15-3:30 PM

  • Chair, Amna Akbar (Ohio State)
  • Andres Guzman (Indiana University):  "Ethnics of the Real:  H.B. 2281 and the Alien(ated) Subject"
  • Sara Rodriguez Arguelles (Ohio State):  "Across the Boarder and into the Cold:  Hieleras and the Punishment of Asylum-Seeking Central American Women in the United States"

3:45-5:00 PM

  • Chair, Ines Valdez (Ohio State)
  • Amna Akbar (Ohio State):  "Borderlands:  Policing Reconsidered"
  • Jessie Speer (Syracuse):  "'They all seem to be speaking louder than me':  Homelessness and the Struggle to be Heard"