2021 IAC Fall Forum
Please join us for the 2021 IAC Fall Forum!
The forum showcases the 2021-22 Institute of American Cultures visiting scholars and predoctoral fellows presenting their research in conversation with UCLA faculty.
"Stewards of the Land: Race, Space, and Environmental Justice"
Stevie Ruiz, PhD, Associate Professor of Chicana/o Studies,
California State University, Northridge
Interviewed by Laura E. Gómez, Rachel F. Moran Endowed Chair in Law
Professor of Chicana/o and Central American Studies and Sociology, UCLA
"Southside, We Outside: Why the Lives and Deaths of Clifford Glover and Sean Bell in Jamaica, Queens Matter"
Debanjan Roychoudhury, Bunche Center Predoctoral Fellow, Sociology
Interviewed by Marcus Hunter, Scott Waugh Endowed Chair in the Division of the Social Sciences, Professor of Sociology and African American Studies, UCLA
"How to Get Away with Murder: A Transnational History of Missing and
Murdered Indigenous Women"
Liza Black, PhD, Assistant Professor of History and Native American and Indigenous Studies, Indiana University
Interviewed by Shannon Speed, Professor of Gender Studies and Anthropology, UCLA, Director of the American Indian Studies Center
"Colorblind in Christ?: Constructing a History of Asian American Evangelicals in the Post-Civil Rights Era"
Jane Hong, PhD, Associate Professor of History, Occidental College
Interviewed by David K. Yoo, Professor of Asian American Studies and History, UCLA,
Vice Provost of the Institute of American Cultures
Assistant Director of Development, Institute of American Cultures
Organized by the UCLA Institute of American Cultures
American Indian Studies Center
Chicano Studies Research Center