Friday, March 29, 2019
Rotunda, Lower West Oval Room
9:00 Opening Remarks, Anne Garland Mahler, Spanish, University of Virginia
9:15-10:45 SOUTH-SOUTH DIPLOMACY & SOLIDARITY
Moderator: Tessa Farmer, Middle Eastern & South Asian Languages & Cultures, Global Studies, University of Virginia
Adhira Mangalagiri, “Beyond Friendship in 20th Century China-India Literary Relations”
Magid Shihade, “Asabiyya-Solidarity in the Age of Barbarism: An Afro/Arab/Asian Alternative”
Hala Halim, "Egyptian Engagements with the Global South"
Jenn Bair, “Development by other Means?”
11-12:30 SOUTHERN BORDERS
Moderator: Lorena Ochoa Campo, Spanish, University of Virginia
Magalí Armillas-Tiseyra, "Returns of the Post-Global: Migration, Circulation, and the Dislocations of Literature"
Leigh Anne Duck, “Neoliberal Frontiers: The Case of Hollywood South”
Sinah Kloss, “Sensory Histories of Tattoo: A Transcultural Perspective from the Guyanese-Surinamese Border Region”
Samhita Sunya, “Fraught in Translation: South-South Circuits of Cinematic Comedies”
14:00- 15:30 DEVELOPMENT, EXTRACTION, CLIMATE JUSTICE
Moderator: George Mentore, Anthropology, University of Virginia
Macarena Gómez-Barris, “The Occupied Forest”
Tracey Osborne, "Carbon Counter-mapping and Indigenous Knowledge: A Public Political Ecology for Climate Justice"
Marlea Clarke, “Facilitating Development and ‘Decent work’ in Africa? Effects of Expanding South-South Trade and Production Networks in the Garment Industry”
Mathilda Shepard, “Weaving Networks of Dissent: Displacement, Justice and Afro-diasporic Memory in the Community Quilts of Mampuján.”
15:45-17:00 ART & ACTIVISM
Moderator: Pablo José López Oro, The Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia
Federico Cuatlacuatl, “Atemporality of Immigration and Rasquachismo Advances”
A.D. Carson, “On Rhymes and Revolutions”
Melanie Cervantes, "Dignidad Rebelde: Signs of Solidarity"
17:00 RECEPTION, Multipurpose Room
Saturday, March 30 2019
9:00-10:30 SOCIAL MOVEMENTS FROM SOUTH TO SOUTH
Moderator: John Edwin Mason, History, University of Virginia
Mark Sanders, "Time, and Time Again: Thando Mgqolozana's Unimportance and University Fees Protests in South Africa"
Nicole Hirschfelder, “It's (not) just Emotions: On the Precarity of the Black Freedom Struggle Today”
Anne Garland Mahler, "South-South Visions from the Hemisphere to the Globe"
Jalane Schmidt, "Anti-Racist Organizing in the Trump Era: Media, 'Civility,' and #Charlottesville"
10:45-12:30 GLOBAL SOUTH STUDIES WORKSHOP
Moderator: Anne Garland Mahler
Marlea Clarke, Global South Group, University of Victoria
Leigh Anne Duck, editor, The Global South
Macarena Gómez-Barris, Global South Center, Pratt Institute
Hala Halim and Mark Sanders, Comparative Approaches to the Literatures of Africa, the Middle East, and the Global South advanced graduate certificate, New York University
Nicole Hirschfelder, Literary Cultures of the Global South, Universität Tübingen
Sinah Kloss, Global South Studies Center, University of Cologne