Andia Augustin-Billy • Centenary College of Louisiana, French/Francophone Literature
Bodies in Transgression: Exploring Same-Sex Desire in Contemporary Francophone Caribbean Literature 

AB Brown • Western Washington University, Women and Gender Studies
Touching Otherwise: The Material Politics of Queer Memory 

Kelly Clancy • Nebraska Wesleyan University, Political Science 
Charting the Resistance: Activist Civil Society and Social Change 

Caitlyn Collins • Washington University in St. Louis, Sociology
Making Motherhood Work: How Women Manage Careers and Caregiving 

Natanya Duncan • Lehigh University, History
Crossing Waters & Fighting Tides: The Efficient Womanhood of the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) 

Kelli Moore • New York University, African American Studies 
Legal Spectatorship: A Visual Culture of Domestic Violence 

Olivia Loksing Moy • City University of New York (Lehman College), Literature
Gothic Tropes, Poetic Forms: Ann Radcliffe and the Victorian Poets 

Lissa Ramirez-Stapleton • California State University Northridge, History 
Uplifting Our People: Black Deaf Women’s Activism & Critical Hope 

Danielle Spurlock • University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, City and Regional Planning
Layering Community Engagement Techniques to Influence Local Policy 

Rebecca VanDiver • Vanderbilt University, African American Studies 
States of Emergency: Politics of Ephemerality in African American Art Practices, 19652015 


Joseph Ewoodzie, Davidson College, Sociology
Break Beats in the Bronx: Revisiting Hip Hop’s Early Year

Vanessa Freije, University of Washington, History
Open Secrets: Journalists and Scandal in Mexico 


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