Conference Schedule & Location

Schedule and Poster, below….. A more detailed schedule, with abstracts and paper titles, will be posted on this site soon as well.

8:45- 9:15 am: Registration and Breakfast
9:15 am: Welcome and Introduction
9:30- 11:15 am: Session I

Session I (Tilden Room):
Embodiment

– Lindsey Dillon, Geography, University of California, Berkeley
– Jennifer Garcia Peacock, American Culture, University of Michigan
– Breeze Harper, Geography, University of California, Davis
– Julie Guthman, Community Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz
Discussant: Julie Guthman, Community Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz

Session I (Stephens Lounge):

Belonging

– Diana Negrin da Silva, Geography, University of California, Berkeley
– Bettina Stoetzer, Anthropology, University of California, Santa Cruz
– Logan Hennessy, Liberal Studies, San Francisco State University
– Sydney L. Iaukea, Education, University of Hawaii
Discussant: Beth Rose Middleton, Native American Studies, University of California, Davis

11:30- 1:15 pm: Session II
Session II (Tilden Room):
Post-colonial Environments

– Sharlene Mollett, Geography, Dartmouth College
– Christian Palmer, Anthropology, University of California, Santa Cruz
– Cassie M. Hays, Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia
– Andrew Curley, Development Sociology, Cornell
Discussant: Nancy Peluso, Environmental Science, Policy & Management, University of California, Berkeley
Session II (Stephens Lounge):

Representations

– Barbara Boswell, Women & Gender Studies, University of Maryland Baltimore County
– Hsuan Hsu, English, University of California, Davis
– Uli Linke, Anthropology, Rochester Institute of Technology
– Javier Arbona, Geography, University of California, Berkeley
Discussant: Diana Pei Wu, Antioch University Los Angeles
1:20-2:15 pm: Lunch (Tilden patio)
2:15-2:30 pm: Break
2:30- 4:15: Session III

Session III (Tilden Room):

Urban Citizenship

– Mike King, Sociology, University of California, Santa Cruz

– Jesus Hernandez, Sociology, University of California, Davis

– Amy Lee, English, University of California, Berkeley

– Laura Martin, History, University of California, Santa Cruz

Discussant: Rachel Brahinsky, Geography, University of California, Berkeley

Session III (Stephens Lounge):
Cultivation

– Matthew Roth, History, Rutgers University
– Laura-Anne Minkoff-Zern, Geography, University of California, Berkeley
– Emily McKee, Anthropology, University of Michigan
– Lindsay Naylor, Geography, University of Oregon
Discussant: Alison Alkon, Sociology, University of the Pacific

4:30-5:45:
Keynote Presentation (Tilden Room)

A Dialogue with Carolyn Finney & Jake Kosek

6pm: End

Poster:

 

You can download a high-resolution version of it here:

http://teoballve.com/workspace/uploads/RSN-Poster.pdf

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LOGISTICS:

Presenters: Please email your paper to us — and your discussant — two weeks before the conference: April 13th. (This applies to accepted papers; the call for papers is now closed.)

Location: The symposium will be located in two rooms The UC Berkeley MLK Student Union, at the intersection of Bancroft and Telegraph: http://asuc.berkeley.edu/asinside.aspx?uid=40.

MLK is about a 10 minute walk from the downtown Berkeley BART station. You can find a listing of accommodations here:  http://calparents.berkeley.edu/guide/visiting/stay.html

Technicalities:

Both rooms will have projectors for powerpoint or images, if you choose to use them. If you have a Mac, please bring your own adapter, since there are several different ones for different models.

Lunch:

We have funds for lunch for all participants and about 15 attendees. Please register ahead of time so we know who’s coming (see Registration tab at the top of the page).

Sponsors:

We’d like to acknowledge and thank our campus sponsors, whose generous support is making this event possible–  THANK YOU to UC Berkeley’s: Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management, the Department of Geography, the Center for Race and Gender, and the Geography Group on Gender and Difference.