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Blood Strangers: A New Critical Race Theory

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Paid for by the Student Cultural Programming Fee and co-sponsored by the Department of Gender and Women's Studies, Department of English, the Institute of Communications Research, Department of Latina/Latino Studies, Native American House, the Department of Anthropology, and The Learning to See Systems initiative at the Center for People and Infrastructures
AAS/AACC conference room, 1208 W. Nevada Street, Urbana
Sep 13, 2013   12:00 pm  
Sharon P. Holland, African & African American Studies, Duke University
Free and Open to the Public
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American Indian Studies Program

Holland is the author of The Erotic Life of Racism (2012), and Raising the Dead: Readings of Death and (Black) Subjectivity (2000), which was the winner of the Lora Romero First Book Prize from the African Studies Association in 2002. She is co-author of Miles of Crossing Waters/Crossing Worlds: The African Diaspora in Indian Country with Professor Tiya Miles and is also responsible for bringing a feminist classic, The Queen is in the Garbage by Lila Karp to the attention of The Feminist Press for publication in 2007. 

Holland’s talk is part of the American Indian Studies Fall 2013 Symposium Digital Indigeneities: (Re)mediations, Old and New.

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