Works In Progress Lecture Series
showcasing the research and writing of aads core and affiliate faculty
AADS 2012-2013 Works-in-Progress Lecture Series
ALL PRESENTATIONS ARE SCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAYS, 12:00PM, LYONS HALL 301 CONFERENCE ROOM (UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED)
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
“Restoring Suppressed Memories and Legacies of War through Oral History, Art, and Film.”
G. Ramsay Liem
This presentation explores the collective erasure of the enduring military conflict that resulted from the Korean War as well as the wartime experiences of Korean civilians. Oral history interviews, art, and film will be incorporated to commemorate the suppressed memories of the Korean War that persist even in today’s U.S. modern history.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
"On Black Radical Politics in the Age of Perpetual War"
Justin Leroy, AADS Dissertation Fellow
This talk will examine commonplace understanding of black progress and black history, asking whether black radical politics are possible in the current age of perpetual warfare, and what those politics mights look like.