Dr. Luz María Gordillo was awarded a 2016–2017 Library Resident Research Fellowship at the American Philosophical Society. This short-term residential fellowship supports scholarly research in the collections of the APS, a leading international center for research in the history of American science and technology and its European roots, as well as early American history and culture.
Here are a couple photos from V-Day at the WSU Vancouver campus, shared by Dr. Luz María Gordillo. A flash mob was formed and monologues were read!
Drs. David Leonard and Pamela Thoma participated in the American Studies Association’s annual meeting, held November 21–24 in Washington, D.C. Leonard chaired the session “Party Like It’s 1899: Racial Play in the Neoliberal University,” and Thoma chaired and commented on the session “Immigrant Matters.” In addition, Ph.D. student Annita Lucchesi‘s paper “They Are Still Taking: Mapping Reiterative Violence and Northern California’s Gold Rush” was presented in the session “Indigenous and Critical Settler Cartographies: Mapping Labor and Debt in Public Spaces of Dissent.”
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