IRAAS STUDENT CONVERSATION LECTURES

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Date & Time: 
Friday, May 11, 2018
3:00pm to 5:30pm
IRAAS STUDENT CONVERSATION LECTURES
Friday, May 11, 2018;  3:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Location: Women, Gender & Sexuality seminar room
754 Schermerhorn Extension, Columbia University
Free & Open to the public
 
 
GRADUATE STUDENT PRESENTATIONS
[Master of Art candidates present thesis projects in completion of the degree requirement]
 
“Black DiaspoRicans: Finding Home in the Colonial Hurricane of Invisibility and Displacement”
Daniel Morales-Armstrong, MA Candidate- African American Studies
 
“Unapologetically Black and Free: How Black Female Show Creators, Writers and Directors Shift Film Language to Liberate Black Women on Screen"
Marissa E. Morris, MA Candidate- African American Studies
 
"Afrofuturism and Black Futurism:  Some Ontological and Semantic Considerations"
Damion K. Scott, MA Candidate- African American Studies
 

 

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT PRESENTATIONS
[Students from “Black Sexualities, Diasporic Intimacies: Disruptive Engagements” course  share ethnographic digital & visual media presentations]
 
“QUEERING THE MAP”
Brianna Monique-Imani Alston- Anthropology
 
 
"To Be Real: Queer of Color Performance of Success and Survival"
Isaac Jean-Francois- Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies
 
 
"Listen To Me, Listen To Us: Beats, Flows, and Bouncin' Titties: How Black Queer & Trans Artists Demand and Claim Black Queer Femme Futures"
Jennifer Kim- African American Studies
 
 
"That's a Girl, Blood! She Got Titties, Blodd!" Queer Masculinities Presentation & Cis Het Revelation"
Kidd Matthews, BA Candidate- African American Studies