Works In Progress Lecture Series
showcasing the research and writing of aads core and affiliate faculty
AADS 2015-2016 Works-in-Progress Lecture Series
ALL PRESENTATIONS ARE SCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAYS, 12:00PM, LYONS HALL 301 CONFERENCE ROOM (UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED)
Regine Jean-Charles, Associate Professor of RLL and AADS, Boston College
"A Border Between Geographies of Grief: Mapping the Border Tensions Between Haiti and the Dominican Republic"
Adam Lewis, Assistant Professor of English, Boston College
"The Liberia Herald’s Transatlantic Exchanges"
Tyesha Maddox, AADS 2015-2016 Dissertation Fellow
Department of History, New York University
"From Invisible to Immigrants: Political Activism and the Construction of Caribbean American Identity, 1890–1940"
Rhonda Frederick, Associate Professor of English and AADS, Boston College
"'Crime(s)' and 'Criminals': Policing in Patrick Chamoiseau's Solibo Magnificent (1998)"
Burleigh Hendrickson, Post-doctoral Fellow in History, Boston College
"Servants of Imperialism, the Student Movement, and 1968 in Dakar"