Friday, May 19, 2017

University of Washington Bothell
Activities & Recreation Center (ARC)

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Program Schedule 
 

Welcome and Introduction

9:00-9:15 am

Amoshaun Toft

Susan Harewood

Session 1: Representation, Community, and Normalcy

9:15-10:15

Mary Jane H. Topash
Exhibiting the (mis)representation of Indigeneity: A look at how Tulalip Tribes is combating stereotypes

Claire Sandoval
Storytelling in English and Spanish as a method to understand social stigma in Peru

Hung Yu "Mitch" Lai 
Production of Hyper-Masculinity in Modern Video Games

Noir Soulkin
So, You Want To Be Normal, Ey?

Session 2: Discourse, Education, Equity and Access

10:30-11:30

Alison K. Schmidt
Environmental Justice

Namita Paul
ADHD Diagnosis and Experience: A Societal Perspective

Krystal LE Reed
A Clubfoot Cure? Facebook Communities of Care and The Ponseti Discourse

Lunch and Roundtable Discussions

11:30-12:30

Session 3: Postcapitalist Politics and Embodiment

12:45-1:45

Katie Waller
Teaching and Transformation in Neoliberal Times

Asaya Plumly
Actually, This Is Why We Play: Basketball as a Transformational and Transgressive Activity, or
"Leave Us the Fuck Alone": Basketball Beyond Contestation and into Collective Social Life

 

Ruth Sawyer
Centering Love in Finance: Returning the Heart to Economic Structures

Kelly A. George
Embodying the Decolonization of Environmental Discourse

Session 4: Creative Resistance and Silenced Bodies

2:00-3:00

Victoria Wettmarshausen
"What color is your theory?" Solidarity building and the role of poetry in U.S. feminisms

Meshell Sturgis
Mixed Race Rebels in Comix

huda talaat sarhan
Unknown Narratives: Representation, Journalism, and a Lens through Oppression
 

Fishbowl Discussion   

3:15-4:00

Reception

4:00-5:00 pm

 

UW Bothell directions and campus map

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