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2014 Appearances


Why Haiti Needs a Higher Love I

Arts and Resistance

20th Center for Africana Studies Conference

Central Connecticut State University, New Britain CT

Thursday, March 6


Possession and Inspiration –
Between the Psyche and the Spirits:

A Conversation about Therapy and Vodou,
with Gina Athena Ulysse

and Craig E. Stephenson, moderated by Jerry W. Carlson

Grad Center, NYC, NY

Monday, March 10


Why Haiti Needs a Higher Love II

University Of Maryland, College Park, MD

Thursday, April 3


"Feminist Alter(ed)natives"

Is it Possible to De-colonize Mestizaje?

Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies

King Juan Carlos Center NYU

New York, NY

Friday April 11- Saturday April 12


Why Haiti Needs a Higher Love III

SoCA Heritage Week

Williams College, Williamstown, MA

Wednesday April 16


Post-Zora Interventions:
Reflections on Blogging

Anthropology, Art and Such

Anthropology Colloquium

Cornell University

Friday, April 18


"Why Haiti Needs a Higher Love IV"

Berkshire Conference on the History of Women

Histories on the Edge/Histoire sur la brèche

Toronto, Canada

Thursday May 22- Sunday May 25




(10) The Voodoo (debut)

Manifest Choreographing Social Movements
in the Americas

9th Encuentro of Hemispheric Institute of
Performance and Politics,

Montreal, Canada

June 21-28


emisférica 11.1: Decolonial Gesture

Round Table with Contributors and Editors  Julie Mehretu,
Joaquín Barriendos,  Gina Athena Ulysse, Jill Lane,
Marcial Godoy, and Macarena Gómez-Barris.

Hemispheric Institute of Performance & Politics

New York City, NY

September 10 from 6-8pm


American Anthropological Association
Annual Conference

Panel: Anthropology as Storytelling

Plenary: Politics and the Performing Arts in Washington D.C

Washington D.C.

December 3-7


Imagining and Imaging the
Caribbean Inaugural Conference

Writing in the Caribbean Diaspora Panel
with Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo, Caryl Phillips

and moderated by Kaiama L Glover and Maja Horn

James Room, 4th Fl. Barnard Hall

3009 Broadway W 117th Street

October 17 from 3:10-4:40pm


Writing for the Popular Press:
A Workshop for Feminist Scholars

National Women's Studies Association Annual Conference

Feminist Transgressions

Friday, November 14 from 4:00-5:15pm


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