NAES 2014 Research as Ceremony: Decolonizing Ethnic Studies

NAES 2014 Research as Ceremony: Decolonizing Ethnic Studies National Association for Ethnic Studies 42nd Annual Conference. Research as Ceremony: Decolonizing Ethnic Studies April 3-5, 2014 Oakland, CA Mills College
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Ethnic Studies today is threatened by the corporatization of the university and co-option by neo- liberal, “post-racial,” “post-feminist” rhetoric. The 2014 National Association for Ethnic Studies conference seeks to restore and renew our critical purpose and commitment to self-determination, social justice and intersectional praxis. We as scholars, activists, tribal leaders, grassroots organizers, and community-based organizations see research justice as a critical, intersectional praxis that can unlock the power and knowledge of our own communities both within and outside of academia. The sacredness of research as a ceremony calls upon each of us to foster solidarity, relational ethics, and counter-hegemonic knowledges and models of resistance. In this spirit, we envision NAES 2014 as ceremony, an interdisciplinary space of creativity, struggle, and solidarity where academia, politics, community, arts, spirituality, and culture converge. We will convene a national Ethnic Studies Congress along with Talking Circles, Teach-Ins, and Workshops for exchange of ideas, research, and knowledge and presentations among community-based organizers, scholars, tribal leaders, youth leaders, policymakers, and others. We particularly invite proposals that address the following three themes: 1. Research Justice: Research Justice seeks to transform the epistemic violence and structural inequality inherent in traditional research paradigms, by creating community-control of research agendas, design and dissemination. Research justice is achieved when communities of color, indigenous peoples, and marginalized groups are recognized as experts, and reclaim, own and wield all forms of knowledge and information. We are interested in how communities of resistance are using research as a critical intervention and active disruption of heteropatriarchal colonial institutional practices within and outside of academia. We are also interested in the possibilities and challenges facing scholars committed to working for research justice in the context of the academic-industrial complex. 2. Decolonizing Ethnic Studies: Since its inception, Ethnic Studies has been an insurgent, transformative force on high school, college and university campuses and beyond. Yet, the discipline has also been a site of heteropatriarchal and disablist violence and exclusion, careerism and cooption, and commodification within a neoliberal knowledge economy. To decolonize ethnic studies we must critically examine and transform our relationships with each other, with academia and with our communities. We are interested in courageous analyses that can assist us in reclaiming self-determination for the interdiscipline of Ethnic Studies, and transforming our own lives as educators, activists and scholars. 3. Critical Intersectionality: The concept of intersectionality is one of the most important contributions by women of color and queer of color scholars and activists to the social sciences, humanities and to practice arenas. Since its popularization, the meaning of the concept has been diluted, too often used only to identify multiple identities and subjectivities. Critical intersectionality centers structures of power and resulting asymmetrical power relations in interrogating not only identities but also the structural aspects of societal organization such as social, economic, and foreign policies and the processes that shape them. It also refers to critical analysis and creative expression that explore the intersections of power and subjectivity in the arts and humanities. We are interested in proposals that bring critical intersectionality into conversation with civil rights praxis, and that move beyond single issue approaches to contemporary struggles around, for example, mass incarceration, reproductive rights, border violence, and queer and trans liberation. We are also interested in interrogating assumptions about nation, borders and citizenship that are made visible when we shift the conversation from civil rights to human rights. In the spirit of participatory engagement, we encourage presenters to propose workshops, teach-ins and talking circles that centrally include a range of voices, for example academics, artists, and activists in conversation. We also encourage presenters to counter the disabling tendencies of traditional formats, and to address a diversity of learning and communication styles. This might include multimedia presentations, cultural work, experiential and popular education approaches and other holistic methods.

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Mills College Job Posting: Assistant Adjunct Professor of Ethnic Studies: Latina/o/x, Chicana/o/x Studies (Full-Time)

Spread the word! Join our amazing intersectional and community-engaged department! The Ethnic Studies (ES) Program located within the Race, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (RGGS) Department invites applications for a full time Assistant Adjunct Professor position in Latino/a/x Studies and/or Chicana/o/x Studies to begin August 1, 2018. This is a one year position that may be renewable with a salary of $60,000.

The successful candidate will have substantial teaching experience, a proven track record of mentoring and working with Latinx students, and a proven track record of community-based social science research. The successful candidate will utilize an intersectional analysis of race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, class and nation in their research and teaching.

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Mills College Job Posting: Departmental Administrator- Cross-Departmental

Mills College Ethnic Studies department is looking for a new member of our team. Please spread the word!!

https://mills.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=74092
Summary of Position:
Under the supervision of the Chairs of the Ethnic Studies Department and the Languages, Literatures, & Philosophy Department, perform a broad range of administrative and technical assistance functions for the Languages, Literatures, & Philosophy Department and the Ethnic Studies Department; manage budgets for the Ethnic Studies Department and Languages, Literatures, & Philosophy Department, Heritage Months, Pow Wow, Womanist/WCRC, Gift Fund, and special projects; coordinate logistics for the Heritage Months, Pow Wow, Womanist journal and departmental events; manage the Ethnic Studies Department's library and the Women of Color Resource Center. The Ethnic Studies and Languages, Literatures, & Philosophy Departmental Administrator and Divisional Administrative Support will be expected to exercise frequent independent judgment within the assigned areas of responsibility.

Located in the foothills of Oakland, California, in the heart of the San Francisco Bay Area, Mills College is a nationally renowned independent liberal arts college for women with graduate programs for women and men. Since 1852, we've been empowering students to become creative, independent thinkers...

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The book Research Justice: Methodologies for Social Change, Edited by Andrew J. Jolivette is published by Policy Press at the University of Bristol.

Reminder: deadline for Research Justice at the Intersections Scholars Program is May 11.
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Research Justice at the Intersections: deadline May 11

Reminder: deadline for Research Justice at the Intersections Scholars Program is May 11.

Research Justice at the Intersections (RJI) is an interdisciplinary research group that fosters social justice-oriented research and groundbreaking critical analysis.

Mills College announces the inaugural year of the Research Justice at the Intersections Scholars Program. 2015-16 RJI Sc...
03/26/2015
Mills College - Grants and Special Programs

Mills College announces the inaugural year of the Research Justice at the Intersections Scholars Program. 2015-16 RJI Scholars Program, application deadline May 11, 2015.

Research Justice at the Intersections (RJI) is an interdisciplinary research group that fosters social justice-oriented research and groundbreaking critical analysis. The RJI Scholars Program offers 8–12 competitively selected scholars the opportunity to engage in a critical reading and writing group during one academic year. RJI Scholars meet approximately biweekly during two academic semesters to share and comment on works in progress. Scholars also present their work during the Provost’s lunchtime seminar series.

Eligibility
The RJI Scholars program is open to: Scholars whose research examines the intersections of race, class, gender, sexuality, religion, and/or nation, and who are interested in exploring ideas related to a research justice framework in their work.
* Must hold a PhD or equivalent terminal degree, from any discipline. * May come from any country (please note Mills College is not able to provide legal advice or assistance regarding visas). * Must be in residence in the Bay Area from September 1 through Dec 1, 2015 and Jan 15 through April 30, 2016. Applications for one semester will also be considered.

Benefits
In addition to participation in the biweekly reading and writing seminars, RJI Scholars receive: * Mills College library card, which provides access to over 60 electronic databases, 40,000 journal titles and 140,000 ebooks. * Access to Mills College faculty/staff computer lab * Internet access * Mills College email address, if required * Free access to Mills College pool, spa, gym and tennis courts * Option of purchasing meal card * RJI Scholars present at the Provost’s seminar series * Opportunity to recruit Mills College student research assistant(s) * Access to Faculty Lounge and Library Group Study Rooms Please note: RJI Scholars are not compensated, and RJI Scholar status does not include a designated office or accommodation.

Coined by DataCenter, an Oakland-based community research organization, research justice “is a strategic framework that seeks to transform structural inequities in research… [it] is achieved when marginalized communities are recognized as experts, and reclaim, own and wield all forms of knowledge and information.” RJI encourages scholars to consider new forms of knowledge production that challenge traditional research hierarchies, mobilize the leadership of those directly affected by the phenomena we investigate, and acknowledge and engage subaltern ways of knowing. RJI supports research that centers an intersectional analysis of race, class, gender, sexuality, religion and nation, within a context of globalization and transnationality. Click below or contact [email protected] for more information. http://www.mills.edu/academics/grants_and_special_programs/rji/index.php

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Anyone from NAES going to be at the #NWSA2014 this weekend in Puerto Rico? Inspiring activists and scholars such as bell hooks and our very own Dr. O will be presenting!

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Quick Query You All: What are the most important things you learned in your Ethnic Studies courses, departments, programs? Why is it important to ensure the programs across the country thrive? Or not? Am writing a paper about this topics so appreciate your inputs!

04/24/2014
Research Justice: Decolonizing Knowledge, Building Power

IT'S FINALLY HERE!! "Research Justice: Decolonizing Knowledge, Building Power" in its entirety presented by DataCenter - Research for Social Change, the National Association for Ethnic Studies and the Mills College Ethnic Studies Department at NAES 2014 Research as Ceremony: Decolonizing Ethnic Studies. Valuable lessons and teachings. Please spread the word and share the knowledge #naes2014 #researchjustice #praxis

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Can scholars generate knowledge production and pedagogy that bolster local and global forms of resistance to U.S. imperialism, racial/gender oppression, and the economic violence of capitalist globalization? This book explores what happens when scholars create active engagements between the academy…

04/23/2014

Coming soon, video of Research Justice: Decolonizing Knowledge, Building Power, an amazing evening with Angela Davis, Chief Caleen Sisk, Jason Ferreira and more! Do you have photos and videos of NAES 2014? Post them here!

Great group that uses art to inspire and awaken!
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Dancing Earth Excerpts from Walking at the Edge of Water

Great group that uses art to inspire and awaken!

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Sistahs of the Drum's powerful performance!
04/11/2014

Sistahs of the Drum's powerful performance!

Indigenous activist Corrina Gould. #researchjustice #decolonizingknowledgebuildingpower.
04/11/2014

Indigenous activist Corrina Gould. #researchjustice #decolonizingknowledgebuildingpower.

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braids/trenzas/tranças. NAES 2014 Research as Ceremony: Decolonizing Ethnic Studies.

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04/11/2014

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Professor Julia C. Oparah's daughter at NAES 2014 Research as Ceremony: Decolonizing Ethnic Studies.

Dr. Jason Ferreira of SFSU alongside Angela Y. Davis, Chief Caleen Sisk, and Andrew Jolviette at #NAES2014 Research Just...
04/07/2014

Dr. Jason Ferreira of SFSU alongside Angela Y. Davis, Chief Caleen Sisk, and Andrew Jolviette at #NAES2014 Research Justice: Decolonizing Knowledge Building Power event. #NAES2014 #researchjustice #decolonizingknowledge #decolonizingacademia

Wrapping up an amazing session with Professor & Artist Ajuan Mance titled "The same old danger/but a new pleasure:" the ...
04/05/2014

Wrapping up an amazing session with Professor & Artist Ajuan Mance titled "The same old danger/but a new pleasure:" the 1001 Black men online sketchbook and the Art of Social Justice" #naes2014 #8rock #1001blackmen Visit 8-rock.com

Honored to be in the presence of Dr. Jason Ferreira and Dr. Angela Y. Davis @naes2014 #researchjustice
04/05/2014

Honored to be in the presence of Dr. Jason Ferreira and Dr. Angela Y. Davis @naes2014 #researchjustice

Our childcare facility for the evening!
04/05/2014

Our childcare facility for the evening!

Setting up for this monumental event tonight in Oakland. Some tickets still available at the door but come early for adm...
04/05/2014

Setting up for this monumental event tonight in Oakland. Some tickets still available at the door but come early for admittance. Hope to see you all soon!

Photos from our first night!
04/05/2014

Photos from our first night!

Margo Okazawa-Rey's #decolonizingtravel club car! #NAES2014 #researchjustice #researchasceremony
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Margo Okazawa-Rey's #decolonizingtravel club car! #NAES2014 #researchjustice #researchasceremony

04/04/2014

Today was a powerful commencement to the exciting next two days full of panelists, performers, scholars, students, activists, performers, and faculty that are collaborating to make this #NAES2014 the best yet. Thank you to everyone that was present, we are expecting a dynamic 48 more hours of radical inquiry! Registration starts at 8AM in the Graduate School of Business, come learn and share with us!

~THE COUNTDOWN HAS BEGUN!~Are you ready for NAES 2014 Research as Ceremony: Decolonizing Ethnic Studies?! Check out the ...
04/01/2014
NAES 2014 is almost HERE!

~THE COUNTDOWN HAS BEGUN!~

Are you ready for NAES 2014 Research as Ceremony: Decolonizing Ethnic Studies?!

Check out the LATEST UPDATES on performers, speakers, and detailed information about the upcoming day-to-day activities in our very LAST issue of our 42nd Annual Conference e-Newsletter!

Visit: http://eepurl.com/Q8gu9

Look forward to seeing you ALL this week! #naes2014 #researchjustice #decolonize

03/31/2014

: : ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR NAES 2014 is now CLOSED : :

In-person registration will be available starting on the first day of the conference on Thursday, April 3, 2014 at Mills College.

Location & time frame for the exact check-in time will be posted HERE tomorrow afternoon. Thanks ahead of time for your patience #naes2014 #researchjustice #decolonize

: : A MESSAGE FROM OUR NAES 2014 CO-CHAIR : : Dr. Andrew Jolivette, Associate Professor & Chair of American Indian Studi...
03/31/2014

: : A MESSAGE FROM OUR NAES 2014 CO-CHAIR : :

Dr. Andrew Jolivette, Associate Professor & Chair of American Indian Studies, SFSU

I agreed to serve as the co-chair for this years 42nd annual NAES Conference, "Research as Ceremony: Decolonizing Ethnic Studies" at Mills College because it offers great promise in building and nurturing the work of the DataCenter, Research for Justice, an Oakland based, national non-profit leading the way in research practices that speak to the heart of this year's conference theme. In 2013, DataCenter along with our co-sponsors from the American Educational Research Association, MIT, and the Public Science Project brought together over 500 people to witness a dynamic evening of cultural presentations and a dynamic discussion between leading scholars of research justice, Dr. Linda Tuhiwai Smith and Dr. Michelle Fine. This event, "Decolonizing Knowledge" was also a celebration of the 35th anniversary of the DataCenter's work to unlock the power of knowledge within our own communities for the advancement of a more socially just society. NAES 2014 is about a sacred remembrance and active responsibility to view the power of ceremony in research as a transformative tool for decolonizing ethnic studies and re-connecting academia and the discipline of Ethnic Studies with our community origins. How does our work become sacred and transformative when we think of each act as a ceremony? For me this means we see the value of the words, wisdom, and expertise of indigenous peoples and folks of color as central to achieving justice, human rights, and educational excellence.

Join us April 3-5th, 2014 at Mills College as we collectively delve more deeply into the ceremonial act of research justice! #naes2014 #researchjustice #decolonize #researchisceremony

: : CHILDCARE REGISTRATION : : We are delighted to be able to provide childcare for NAES 2014 during the Friday evening ...
03/31/2014
NAES 2014 Childcare Registration

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We are delighted to be able to provide childcare for NAES 2014 during the Friday evening off-site Convening and all-day Saturday at Mills College.

Please note: space is limited and although we are hoping to provide drop-in care, those that are registered will have priority. Please register your child/children by clicking the link below:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MJ2P2X5

Please take the survey titled "Childcare Sign up". Your feedback is important!

03/22/2014

How do I choose between "Mapping the Crossings between Critical Race & Ethnic Studies and Environmental Studies" and "WEst.siDEsTrOy: a DEcolonizing performance & freewrite toward commUniTy conversation/share-out" I guess this is a great problem to have...

03/18/2014

42nd Annual National Association for Ethnic Studies Conference around the Corner: Mills College, Oakland, CA

Oakland, CA-March 19 - The evening of Thursday, April 3, 2014, will be the opening of the 42nd Annual National Association for Ethnic Studies (NAES) Conference titled, Research as Ceremony: Decolonizing Ethnic Studies, hosted by Mills College Ethnic Studies Department.

The three-day long event, from April 3rd-5th, will explore three conference themes: research justice, decolonizing ethnic studies, and critical intersectionality. Through these themes the conference seeks to restore and renew the critical purpose of ethnic studies as a way toward self-determination, social justice, and intersectional praxis. This conference will bring together scholars, activists, tribal leaders, grassroots organizers, and community-based organizations who view research justice as a critical, intersectional praxis that can unlock the power and knowledge of our own communities both within and outside of academia.

Hosted by the Mills College Ethnic Studies Department in partnership with the National Association for Ethnic Studies, the oldest Ethnic Studies association in the US, and DataCenter: Research for Justice, participants will have the opportunity to learn about research justice and the sacredness of research as a ceremonial act. According to the DataCenter, who coined the term in 2009, research justice is “a strategic framework that seeks to transform structural inequities in research.” Justice is achieved when marginalized communities are recognized as experts, and reclaim, own and wield all forms of knowledge and information. With strategic support, the knowledge and information generated by these communities can be used as political leverage to advance their own agendas for change.

Dr. Julia C. Oparah, Conference Co-Chair and Chair of Mills College Ethnic Studies states:

“When Andrew Jolivette, Margo Okazawa-Rey, Miho Kim and others came together to work on this conference, we envisioned a very different space –a conference that embodied decolonization, rather than replicating the disabling and disempowering norms of academic conferences. We imagined a conference where we didn’t have to separate our bodies and spirits from our minds; where we would pay attention to wellness, movement and meditation as acts of liberation. We envisioned a conference where student and community attendance wasn’t limited by exorbitant registration fees. We let ourselves dream of intergenerational dialogues and childcare spaces where our children would learn and teach us about the possibility of liberation. And we imagined conversations and performances that were participatory, non-hierarchical, and appealing to a range of learning and communication styles.”

The conference includes a special off-site convening scheduled for Friday evening, April 4, 2014 at the First Congregational Church in downtown Oakland. Dr. Andrew Jolivette, Chair of American Indian Studies at San Francisco State University, will moderate a conversation titled “Research Justice: Decolonizing Knowledge, Building Power” that will feature Dr. Angela Y. Davis, Dr. Jason Ferreira, and Chief Caleen Sisk.

Sample of Sessions and Presentations
Ceremony as Praxis: Critical Intersectionality as a Decolonizing Project
Sandra C. Alvarez, University of California, Santa Cruz; Cindy Rose Bello, University of California, Berkeley; Sara Benson, San Jose State University; Soma de Bourbon, San Jose State University; Ruth Kim, University of San Francisco; Susy Zepeda, University of California, Davis.
Abolitionist Futures, Community Accountability & Emerging Movements to Transform Violence
Speakers: Clarissa Rojas, CSU Long Beach; Mimi Kim, UC Berkeley; Alisa Bierria, UC Berkeley; Andrea Smith, UC Riverside

Research Justice for Reproductive Justice: Taking Back Our Bodies
Julia Chinyere Oparah, Mills College; Linda Jones, Birth and Postpartum Doula; Talita Oseguera, Black Women Birthing Justice, Kimala Price. San Diego State University; Monica McLemore, UCSF

Spiritual Activism, Curandismo and Decolonization
Agustin Palacios, Contra Costa College; Mara Diaz, University of California Berkeley

Ethnic Studies and Community Action Carlos Salomon, Cal State East Bay; Justin Blea, UNITE HERE; Jesus Barraza and Melanie Cervantes, Dignidad Rebelde; Jose Malvido, The Peace and Dignity Journeys
Theory in the Flesh: Healing as a Political Act”
Sara Salazar, California Institute for Integral Studies (CIIS); Michelle Gutierrez, CIIS; Mara Diaz-Chavez, University of California, Berkeley.
NAES 2014 Conference Convenings
Opening Convening:
“Critical Intersectionality as a Framework to Decolonize Ethnic Studies”
Thursday, April 3, 2014
5:00pm-7:30pm
Mills College, Lisser Hall

Offsite Convening:
“Research Justice: Decolonizing Knowledge, Building Power
Friday, April 4, 2014
7:00 – 9:30 PM
First Congregational Church, Oakland, CA

Conference Closing Convening:
Ethnic Studies Congress
Saturday, April 5, 2014
10:30am-12.30PM
Mills College, Lisser Hall

For more information, contact Dr. Margo Okazawa-Rey, Distinguished Fellow in Research Justice at [email protected].

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42nd Annual NAES Conference Research as Ceremony: Decolonizing Ethnic Studies April 3-5, 2014 Oakland, California, Mills College

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