Thursday, November 21 / 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Clark 9 (Floor 7)

Session 71
Theorizing Race, Time, and Temporality

Chair: Ricarda Hammer, UC Berkeley
Discussant: Atef Said, University of Illinois-Chicago

1. Racialization and Racism Don’t Count!: The Incommensurability of “Time-Use” Data and Racialized YouthRahsaan Mahadeo, Georgetown University.

2. Racing Time: Ethnoracial Chronotopes in Contemporary U.S. Demographic DiscourseMichael Rodríguez-Muñiz, Northwestern University.

3. Critical Race Temporality: Three Dimensions of Racial TimeDebra Thompson, University of Oregon.

4. Theorizing Racial Temporality: How Subjective Understandings of Time Shape Perceptions of Racism and Anti-RacismCrystal Fleming, Stony Brook University, State University of New York (SUNY).

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