|May 20, 2016|
|11:00 am||to||1:00 pm|
Alder Building Conference Rm (first floor)
818 E. 15th Ave.
Ethnic Studies professor Alaí Reyes-Santos presents her book Our Caribbean Kin: Race and Nation in the Neoliberal Antillesat UO. Prof. Amalia Cabezas, UC, Riverside, will discuss the contributions of the book to the fields of Ethnic Studies and Gender Studies, and Caribbean, Latin American and Latino Studies. Join us in this celebration and meet renowned scholar Amalia Cabezas!
Sponsored by Ethnic Studies and the Center for the Study of Women in Society.
Food and Refreshments will be served. Accommodations available upon request.
FOR MORE INFO ABOUT THE BOOK: http://blogs.uoregon.edu/ourcaribbean/
ABOUT AMALIA CABEZAS:
Amalia L. Cabezas received a B.A. (with honors) from Pitzer College in 1992 and a Ph.D. in Ethnic Studies from the University of California, Berkeley in 1998. Dr. Cabezas is the recipient of the European Commission’s 2011-2012 GEMMA Erasmus Mundus Third Country Scholar, as a Visiting Professor at the University of Hull, England; the 2000-2001 UC President’s Postdoctoral Fellowship Program (UCLA), and the 1999-2000 UC Humanities Research Institute fellowship at the university of California, Irvine. Her publications include Economies of Desire: Sex Tourism in Cuba and the Dominican Republic, and two coedited books Una ventana a Cuba y los Estudios cubanos: A Window into Cuba and Cuban Studies and The Wages of Empire: Neoliberal Policies, Repression and Women’s Poverty. Her numerous peer-review journal articles include publications in the European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies 2011, Latin American Perspectives 2008. Social Identities 2006, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture (2004) and Cleveland Law Review (2001). She is currently working on a study examining the application of the Trafficking Victim’s Protection Act in the Inland Empire, U.S.-Mexico Border and Puerto Rico.