Fall 2020 Political Science Colloquium Series
Our colloquium series features current scholarship both within and outside of the department to provide a forum for engagement with critical and contemporary political issues. Colloquium speakers include faculty members and visiting scholars from across subfields in both public lecture and workshop formats.
|October 2||Protect Pōhakuloa||David Kimo Frankel and Dr. Jonathan Osorio|
|October 23||Trans-Indigeneity as Critical Theory and Practice: Canoe Building and Voyaging with Displaced Micronesians in Mnisota Makoce Place||Vince Diaz (Pohnpeian and Filipino from Guam) is on the faculty of the Department of American Indian Studies at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, and is the Director of its St.Native Canoe Program|
|November 13||Mobilizing Fo'na: Indigenous Feminisms for Decolonizing CHamoru pasts, presents, and futurities||“Tina” Christine Taitano DeLisle is a historian who specializes in Guam and Micronesia in the context of the U.S. empire and the Pacific|