Friday, November 18 / 3:45 PM - 5:30 PM

Session 118
Presidential Session: Contexts of Reception in Global and Historical Perspective

Chair: Jake Watson, University of Chicago

1. Congolese Refugees and the Institutional Logics of anti-Blackness in a Global Racial OrderKatherine Jensen, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Jake Watson, University of Chicago.

2. Japan’s Diaspora Diplomacy: A Legacy of the “Imperial” ProjectAyumi Takenaka, Ritsumeikan University.

3. Sociopolitical Threats, Belonging and Racialized Naturalization in the United States from 1907-1952Lauren Duquette-Rury, Wayne State University.

4. “Refugees Welcome? Historicizing the Context of Reception in US Resettlement and Asylum Policy”Chiara Galli, Cornell; Molly Fee, University of California Los Angeles.

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