Friday, November 22 / 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Session 142
Race and Power in Transoceanic Circuits

Chair: Katrina Quisumbing King, University of Southern California
Chair: Alexandre White, Johns Hopkins University
Discussant: Marcelo Bohrt, American University

1. Global Colonial Commodities and Hidden Social Relations: From Slavery to the Digital AgeRicarda Hammer, Brown University; Tina M. Park, Brown University.

2. Imperial Visions of “Race” and “Slavery”: Shidis as Laboring Subjects in and beyond British IndiaMishal Khan, University of Chicago.

3. Race Is Rooted in the Land: Conquest, Settlement, and Racialization in Settler Colonial Rhode IslandMichael Murphy, University of Pittsburgh.

4. The Cultural Politics of Sovereignty: Semiotic Circuits and the Polynesian Voyaging SocietyHeidi Nicholls, University of Virginia.

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