Thursday, February 22, 2018
12:15 pm to 1:15 pm
Hallock Auditorium

122 Elm St.
Oberlin, OH 44074

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Guest speaker Jennifer Goett is associate professor of Comparative Cultures and Politics at James Madison College, Michigan State University. 

Goett’s ethnography, "Black Autonomy: Race, Gender, and Afro-Nicaraguan Activism," examines the race and gender politics of activism for autonomous rights in an Afrodescendant Creole community in Nicaragua.

Weaving together 15 years of research, "Black Autonomy" follows this community-based movement from its inception in the late 1990s to its realization as an autonomous territory in 2009 and beyond. 

Sponsored by the Environmental Studies Program, Latin American Studies Program, and Department of Anthropology.
 

Event Contact

Rosalind Soltow
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