CRG Student Research Symposium 2019

Friday, Apr 12, 2019 | 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Tilden Room, MLK Jr. Student Union | UC Berkeley
Location is ADA accessible

Join the Center for Race & Gender as we host our inaugural Student Research Symposium! This event will gather our larger CRG community – undergraduate and graduate students, staff, and affiliated faculty – to show case and highlight CRG students’ work and accomplishments.

Find the program here.

Refreshments will be provided.

Agenda:

9:00 – 9:15 am: Welcome

9:15 – 10:45 am: Session 1 – On Carcerality & Feminisms 

  • Gabby Falzone, School of Education, “Trauma informed care as an extension of the carceral continuum”
  • Giovanni D’Ambrosio, Sociology, American Studies, “Institutionalizing an Anti-Rape Politics: Imagining Need, Visioning Strategy and Building Carceral Alliances in the 1970s Bay Area”
  • Monique A. Hosein, Public Health, “We are not Safe: Police Violence & Black Women”

10:45 – 11:00 am: Break

11:00 – 12:30 pm: Session 2 – On Indigeneity and Spatiality

  • Cheyenne Seneca, Sociology, Native American Studies, “Decolonizing our Minds and Actions: Building Relationships and Mapping Community across the American Indian Urban and Reserve Divide”
  • Tania Osorio Harp, Architecture, “Landscapes of Domestic Service”
  • Mindy Price, Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, “Examining the Feminist Political Economy of Indigenous Food Sovereignty in the Northwest Territories, Canada”

12:30 – 1:00 pm: Lunch

1:00 – 2:45 pm: Session 3 – On Science, Family, and Identity

  • Lee-Or Scarlat, Gender and Women’s Studies, Public Health, “Access to Fertility Preservation for Low-Income Transgender Youth in the Bay Area: Barriers, Narratives, and Looking Forward”
  • Victoria M. Massie, Sociocultural Anthropology, “Assembling Genetic Ancestry: Race, Return, and the Materiality of Home in Cameroon”
  • Bernadette Lim, UC Berkeley-UCSF Joint Medical Program, “Woke WOC Docs: A Creative Multimedia Project by and for WOC in Medicine”
  • Louise Ly, Sociology, “Gendered Racial Attraction Among Intermarried Asian and White Americans”

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Thursday Forum Series

Faculty and graduate students are welcome to submit proposals to present at the CRG Thursday Forum Series. Proposals to present as an individual or a panel are invited each semester.

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about proposal deadlines, download proposal forms, and check out the latest upcoming forums.