Schedule

10:00 – COFFEE AND WELCOME REMARKS


10:30 – PANEL 1: OBJECTS IN MOTION

Jennie Waldow – Skimming the Surface: Issues of Circulation in Amie Siegel’s Provenance

Amanda Thompson – The Native and the Domestic: The Material Culture of Women’s Travel Journalism, ca. 1885-1905

Lyla Halsted – Amuletic Pilgrimage: A Block Printed Amulet Scroll in the Museum für Islamische Kunst


11:15 – LECTURE-PERFORMANCE

Mev Luna – Fact Checking My Father


12:00 – PANEL 2: MAPPING HOME

Dana Liljegren – Migrant Tongues: Speech and Silence in Francophone African Film and Video

Douglas Eacho – Theatricality and Repose

LuLing Osofsky – Wild Wild East: Mapping an Imagined Chinatown

Christine Villanueva – Exploring and Examining Space in the Bay Area for Cartoonists of Color


13:00 – LUNCH BREAK


14:00 – PANEL 3: INFRASTRUCTURES OF RESISTANCE

Shweta Raghu – Mobilizing the Jamaican Interior: Marronage and Landscapes of Resistance

Julie Turgeon – Para Inglês Ver

Yara Saqfalhait – Speculative Domesticity: The House-Office Hybrids of Ramallah

Justin Fowler – Staging Rootedness: Architecture, Progress, and Protection, ca. 1939


15:00 – PANEL 4: DISPLACEMENT AND MEMORY

Noelle Belanger – Melting Ice and Displaced People: The Visual Rhetorics of Contemporary Crises

Desiree Valadares – The Pilgrimage: Interethnic Relations and Cross-Race Solidarity at Former Sites of Japanese-American Confinement

Meghan Gilbride – Searching for Little Syria: The Preservation of Intercultural Spaces


15:45 – COFFEE BREAK


16:00 – KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Finbarr Barry Flood

William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of the Humanities, Institute of Fine Arts and College of Arts and Sciences


17:15 – WALKING TOUR OF SOMA

Led by CAMO Studio

*Meets at SFMOMA 3rd St. Entrance*