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(An)archiving the Caribbean: Matters, Methods, Meanings
October 31 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pmFree
- Speakers: Yolanda Martínez-San Miguel (University of Miami), Jocelyn Fenton Stitt (St. Catherine’s University), Marisa J. Fuentes (Rutgers University)
- Discussant: Rachel Price (Princeton University)
- Chair: Andy Alfonso (DCE1, Spanish and Portuguese, Princeton University)
- Moderator: Jannia Gómez González (G5, Spanish and Portuguese, Princeton University)
Second panel of the Caribbean Studies Speakers Series (CSSS), which represents a collective effort to foreground Caribbean Studies at Princeton University by convening a group of scholars on the basis of their innovative research in and on the region. From experimental soundscapes and digital self-writing to archival pedagogies and emancipatory memory, the works of these pioneers cross academic disciplines, not to mention historical, linguistic, and national boundaries. At the same time, they provide novel insights into ever-present questions about citizenship and belonging, racialization and coloniality.
Note that MASKS ARE NOW REQUIRED to protect the immuno-compromised in attendance. Refreshments and snacks will be available prior to and after the panel event. Thank you and we cannot wait to see you there!
Any individual, including visitors to campus, who requires an accommodation should contact Dionne Worthy (firstname.lastname@example.org) at least one week in advance of the event.