Invitation Roundtable Series Women and Empire: Indigeneity

Harvard Graduate Conference on International History

March 27, 2-4PM Eastern Time

Please join the Con-IH 2021 Coordinating Committee for our Spring 2021 virtual roundtable series on Gender and Empire. Please see more information below on our next roundtable, Indigeneity, taking place March 27, 2-4PM Eastern.

Shannon Pōmaikaʻi Hennessey (University of Hawai’i at Mānoa), “When Loving You Meant Loving America: Interracial Sex, Marriage, Family, and Hawaiʻi’s Statehood

Alison Russell (UM Amherst), “The Posterity of Cherokee Women”: Exploring Cherokee Women’s Place in the Constitution of 1827”

Michael Kirkpatrick Miller (Cornell), “Religion and Masculinity in Maluku”  

Commentators: Dr. Maile Arvin (University of Utah), PhD/JD Student Sarah Sadlier (Harvard), and Dr. Veronika Kusumaryati(Georgetown)

Register in advance for Panel 4:

https://harvard.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAsce2tqT4qGdXX3MEmuxpSs-IRRAAXun-_

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.Contact Info: 

Catey Boyle, PhD Candidate in History, Harvard University

Co-facilitator, Harvard Graduate Student Conference in International History (Con IH): Gender and Empire, Spring 2021Contact Email: cfboyle@g.harvard.eduURL: https://conih.fas.harvard.edu/


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