American Indian Studies Program
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Bring your lunch to the Center for a noon hour exploration of some of the best scholarship produced at the University of Illinois.
In this presentation, I take as a starting point the archive-based process of writing The Great Woman Singer: Gender and Voice in Puerto Rican Music. I address the specific concerns that arise when studying voice via archival work; analyzing women singers as musicians and thinkers; and writing about purportedly marginal locations.
Presentation by Courtney Cottrell, 2017-2018 Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellow in American Indian Studies
While diverging in terms of site, group,and problematic, here I situate the production of each of these within broader networks or empire. I argue that reading 'sideways' along imperial networks demonstrates the neglected history of the interconnection and interdependence of these constructs.
Carlos Molina-Vital, Quecha Languages, Latin American & Caribbean Studies
Aimee Carbaugh & Jeannie Larmon, Doctoral Candidates, Department of Anthropology
Shanondora Billiot (United Houma Nation), Assistant Professor, School of Social Work