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Caribbean Studies Speakers Series: (An)archiving the Caribbean: Matters, Methods, Meanings

Yolanda Martínez-San Miguel, University of Miami; Jocelyn Fenton Stitt, St. Catherine’s University; Katerina González Seligmann, University of Connecticut

Mon, 10/31 · 5:00 pm7:30 pm · 010 East Pyne

Department of Spanish and Portuguese; Humanities Council
Rafael Trelles, "Escuchando el silencio"

Panel II – (An)archiving the Caribbean: Matters, Methods, Meanings

The Caribbean Studies Speakers Series represents a collective effort to foreground Caribbean Studies at Princeton University by convening a group of scholars based on their innovative research in and on the region. From experimental soundscapes and digital self-writing to archival pedagogies and emancipatory memory, the works of these pioneers cross academic disciplines, not to mention historical, linguistic, and national boundaries. They also provide insights into ever-present questions about citizenship and belonging, racialization and coloniality. The series will consist of three panels, to take place on September 22, October 31, and November 15 of 2022: East Pyne 010, 5:00 pm. (see events schedule to confirm future panel times and locations as listed here)

Speakers: Yolanda Martínez-San Miguel (University of Miami), Jocelyn Fenton Stitt (St. Catherine’s University), Katerina González Seligmann (University of Connecticut)
Discussant: Rachel Price (Princeton University)
Chair: Andy Alfonso (DCE2, Spanish and Portuguese, Princeton University)
Moderator: Jannia Gómez González (DCE1, Spanish and Portuguese, Princeton University)

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