American Quarterly Presentation – Feminist Studies and Visual Media Lecture Series

Wednesday, Feb 27, 2019 | 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

| UC Berkeley
Location is ADA accessible

The Department of Gender & Women’s Studies at UC Berkeley presents:

Feminist Studies and Visual Media Lecture Series
Organized and moderated by Professor Minoo Moallem
Series cosponsored by Media Studies and the Center for Race & Gender
Funding provided by the Chau Hoi Shuen Foundation Fund in Gender & Women’s Studies

American Quarterly Presentation
Seminar/Workshop for Faculty and Graduate Students with Professor Gonzalez
Wednesday February 27, 2019 (4-6pm)

Registration required:

Since 2014, the American Quarterly journal has been based outside of the (continental) United States and has been edited by a transnational team of scholars based in Hawai‘i and parts of Asia and the Pacific, including Canada, Australia, South Korea, Taiwan, and Japan. The current editorial team is committed to soliciting, reviewing, and editing the best cutting-edge scholarship in all areas of American Studies while particularly invested in re-framing and re-situating American Studies by advancing the studies of Indigenous histories, communities, and identities and transnational, comparative approaches to American experiences. But what does this really mean in terms of the actual editorial practice? This presentation reviews, from the perspective of an Associate Editor of American Quarterly journal, the significance of this relocation to Hawai‘i and the transnational editorial team to the kind of the journal that the AQ has become.

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