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2006 DAILY PROGRAM SCHEDULE
[WEDNESDAY NOV 1]
[THURSDAY NOV 2]
[FRIDAY NOV 3]
[SATURDAY NOV 4]
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Dining/Speakers/Activities
8:00 - 9:40
12:00 - 1:40
6:00 - 10:30

BREAKFAST

Public Address:
Rolando Hinojosa, University of Texas at Austin, "This Writer's Sense of Place"
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Introduction by Jaime Mejia and Ann Marie Ellis, Dean, College of Liberal Arts, Texas State University-San Marcos

Venue: LBJ Ballroom

 


LUNCH

Public Address:
Bernard Rapoport, Founder and Former President of the American Income Life Insurance
Company, and Donald Zale, Former Chairman and CEO of Zale Corporation, and Fred Zeidman, Chairman, U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council, "Jewish Leaders in Texas"
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Introduction by Richard Golden, Director, Jewish Studies Program, University of North Texas

Venue: LBJ Ballroom

 


6:30-7:30

DINNER
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7:30-8:30

Public Address:
Olga Samples Davis, Author, "A Conversation with Olga Samples Davis"

Introduction by Patricia Candia, Interim President, St. Philip's College
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8:30-9:30

Stars of Texas Program

Entertainment: Blues and Soul Singer/Songwriter Lavelle White and Latin Rock Band Vallejo

Master of Ceremonies, Gary Hartman, Director, Center for Texas Music History, Texas State University-San Marcos

Venue: LBJ Ballroom
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9:30-11:00

After Hours at George's

LBJ Student Center


Sessions: 10:00 - 11:40
Sessions
10:00
10:20
10:40
11:00
11:20
Session 3101
Understanding Privilege in America: Issues of Race and Ethnicity

Organizer and Chair:
Sherri Benn, Texas State University-San Marcos

LBJ Teaching Theater

Tim Wise, Director of the Association of White Anti-Racist Education, Nashville, Tennessee, "The Intersection of Race, Place, and Poverty: Reflections on Katrina"



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Session 3102
Architecture, Cultural Interactions, and Place

Organizer and Chair:
Augustine Agwuele, Texas State University-San Marcos

LBJ 3-11.1

Brigitte Kowalski-Oshineye, Ecole du Louvre, Paris, France, "The Question of Ethnicity and Cultural Interactions in the Colonial Architecture in Africa: The Bight of Benin"
Emilie Salaberry, University Paris, Ecole du Louvre, Paris, France, "The Swahili Town of Mombasa : An African Cosmopolitan Architecture"
Christina Conlee, Texas State University-San Marcos, "Ethnicity and Architecture in Prehispanic Coastal Peru"
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Session 3103
Hurricane Impacts on Ethnic Groups

Organizer and Chair:
Burrell E. Montz, Binghamton University (SUNY)

LBJ 3-15.1
J. R. Logan, Brown University, "Racially Disparate Impacts of the Katrina Hurricane and Flooding on Neighborhoods in the Gulf Coast and New Orleans"
Wei Li, Angela Chen, Karen Leong, Verna Keith, Arizona State University,
Chris Airriess, Ball State University,
"Katrina and Its Aftermath: A Comparative Analysis of Community Mobilization by Vietnamese Americans and African Americans in an Eastern New Orleans Suburb"
[Abstract]
Graham Tobin, S. Elizabeth Bird, and Richard Salkowe, University of South Florida, "Representation of Minorities in Natural Disasters
Literature, 1885-1930"
[Abstract]
Burrell Montz and Gary Monitz, Binghamton University (SUNY), "Inland Vulnerability to Hurricanes among Racial and Ethnic
Groups: A Case Study of Hurricane Charley"
[Abstract]

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Session 3104
Ethnic Profiles and Dimensions

Chair:
Milton E. Harvey, Kent State University

LBJ 3-3.1

Joe T. Darden, Michigan State University, "Geographical Racial Equality in America's Most Segregated Metropolitan Area--Detroit"
[Abstract]

Lawrence A. Brown, Tamar Mott, and Edward J. Malecki, Ohio State University, "Immigration Profiles of U.S. Urban Areas and Agents of Resettlement"
[Abstract]
Ira Sheskin, University of Miami, "Geographic Variations in American Jewish Demography and Jewish Connectivity"
[Abstract]
Stavros T. Constantinou, Ohio State University, "Dimensions of Contemporary Greek American Ethnic Identity"
[Abstract]
Karen Manges Douglas, Sam Houston State University, Rogelio Saenz, Texas A&M University, David Geronimo Embrick, Loyola University Chicago, Gideon Sjoberg, University of Texas at Austin, "The Pathways to Downward Mobility: The Impact of Societal Institutions on Minorities"
[Abstract]
Session 3105
Panel on Internationalization of Our Campuses and Discipline

Organizer and Chair:
Kavita Pandit, President, Association of American Geographers, and University of Georgia

LBJ 3-14.1

Ellen Kraly, Colgate University
Ines Miyares, Hunter College (CUNY)
Carlos Teixeira, University of British Columbia, Okanagan
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Session 3106
Race and Ethnicity in Literature

Chair:
Vicki L. Jones, Johns Hopkins University

LBJ 3-6.1

Vicki L. Jones, Johns Hopkins University, "Pale Black Literature: The Genre within a Genre in Nineteenth-Century American Fiction"
Rebekah Bartley, George Mason University, "History Reinterpreted: Deconstructing Crossing the River"
[Abstract]
Jeremy Dean, University of Texas at Austin, "New West as New South in Pauline Hopkins' Winona"
[Abstract]
Jennifer L. Battle, Texas State University-San Marcos, The Tomás Rivera Mexican American Children's Book Award: Honoring Voices,
Images and Stories of Mexican Americans
[Abstract]
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Session 3107
Healthcare and Politics

Chair:
Charles M. Croner, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

LBJ 3-9.1

Charles M. Croner, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, "Geographic Contribution to the Elimination of Public Health Disparities"
Vanessa E Martinez-Renuncio, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, "The Health Care System as White Public Space: The Cases of TB and AIDS"
[Abstract]
Labaron Palmer, Temple University, "Perceptions of Disease, Geography and Healthscape among Minorities High School Students"
[Abstract]
Mark Santow, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, "Saul Alinsky and the Politics of Racial Geography in Post-World War II Chicago"
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Session 3108
Women, Children, and Ethnicity

Chair:
Ruth Trinidad Galvan, University of New Mexico

LBJ 3-7.1

Ruth Trinidad Galvan, University of New Mexico, "Mexican Rural Women Conviviendo: Translocal Spaces as Co-existing Places"
[Abstract]
Megan Soukup, Texas State University-San Marcos, "Motherhood Dispossessed: The Impact of Slavery on Meanings of Motherhood"
[Abstract]
Adam M. Pine, Rutgers University, "Transnational Adoption and the Creation of Ethnic Space in the United States"
[Abstract]
Todd Lindley, Indiana University, "The Intercountry Adoption Industry in Guatemala and the United States: Stakeholder Roles in the 'Quiet Migration'"
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Session 3109
Why Take Risks? Understanding Adolescent Behaviors Focusing on Race/Ethnicity Factors

Organizer and Chair:
Debarun Majumbdar, Texas State University-San Marcos

LBJ 3-5.1

Audwin Anderson, Texas State University-San Marcos
Ron Bulanda, Miami University of Ohio
Roque Mendez, Texas State University-San Marcos
Viviana Rojas, University of Texas at San Antonio
Thankam S. Sunil, University of Texas at San Antonio
Session 3110
Panel on Teaching Latino Students in the New South

Organizer and Chair:
Michal LeVasseur, Executive
Director, National Council for Geographic Education

LBJ 3-13.1

Nina M. King, Jacksonville State University
Anna Murphee, Valley Head High School, DeKalb County School System, Alabama
Miguel Guajardo, Texas State University-San Marcos
Sara Nelson, Texas State University-San Marcos
Monica Valadez and Clarena Larrotta, Texas State University-San Marcos
Session 3111
Race, Memory, and Landscape in the American South

Organizer and Chair:
Derek Alderman, East Carolina University

LBJ 4-1.9

Steven Hoelscher, University of Texas at Austin, "The White-Pillared Past: Landscapes of Memory and Race in the American South"
[Abstract]
Stephen P. Hanna, Mary Washington University, "Race, Memory, and Fredricksburg's Changing Heritage Tourism Landscape"
[Abstract]
Ary Lamme III, University of Florida, "Conversations with the Dead"
[Abstract]
Joshua Inwood, University of Georgia, "Contested Memory in the Birthplace of a King: A Case Study of Auburn Avenue and the Martin Luther King Jr. National Park"
[Abstract]
Derek H. Alderman, East Carolina University, "Toward a Positive Peace in Chapel Hill, North Carolina: Naming Streets after Martin Luther King Jr. as Conflicts over Public Space"
[Abstract]
Session 3112
Ethnic Dimensions

Chair:
Linda Tavernier-Almada, Rollins College

LBJ 3-4.1
Linda Tavernier-Almada, Rollins College
"The Eclipse of Eatonville"
[Abstract]
Amy Sumpter, Louisiana State University, "The Historical Construction of Race in St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana, 1880-1920"
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Jennifer Kopf, West Texas A&M University, "Celebrations of Difference"
[Abstract]
Orquidea Morales, Texas State University-San Marcos, "Language as a Tool to Discovering the Chicana Identity"
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Jose R. Diaz-Garayua, Kent State University, "National Composition of Minorities in Puerto Rico"
[Abstract]
Session 3113
Tejanos and their Homeland

Organizer and Chair:
Penny de los Santos, Photographer, National Geographic Magazine, Washington, DC

LBJ 3.10.1
Penny de los Santos, Photographer, National Geographic Magazine, Washington, DC
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Session 3114
Workshop on
Diversity Issues

Chair:
John Frazier, Binghamton University (SUNY)

LBJ 3-8.1

Orlando Taylor, Dean, Graduate College, Howard University
Rosalinda Barrera, Dean, College of Education, Texas State University-San Marcos
Ann Marie Ellis, Dean, College of Liberal Arts, Texas State University-San Marcos
Sandra Mayo, Director, Center for Multicultural and Gender Studies, Texas State University-San Marcos
Gilda Garcia, Director, Office of Equity and Access, Texas State University-San Marcos

Session 3115
Student Posters

LBJ Third Floor


Sessions: 2:00 - 3:40
Sessions
2:00
2:20
2:40
3:00
3:20
Session 3201
Rethinking Racism

Organizer and Chair:
Barbara Trepagnier, Texas State University-San Marcos

LBJ 3-10.1

Barbara Trepagnier, Texas State University-San Marcos
Michael Bourgeois, University of California, Santa Barbara, Discussant
Chad Smith, Texas State University-San Marcos, Discussant
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Session 3202
Urban Racial and Ethnic Issues in the U.S.

Chair:
Emily Skop, University of Texas at Austin

LBJ 3-3.1

Lawrence A. Brown and Su-Yeul Chung, Ohio State University, "Market-Led Pluralism: Re-Thinking Our Understanding of Racial/Ethnic Spatial Patterning in U.S. Cities" [Abstract]
Lucius S. Willis, Binghamton University (SUNY), "The Racial/Ethnic Mix of America's Most Rapidly Growing Counties"
Owen J. Furuseth and Kenneth M. Chilton, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, "Remaking Suburbia, Latino Place-Making in a New South City"
[Abstract]
Emily Skop, University of Texas at Austin, "Austin City Divided"
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Session 3203
La(s) Frontera(s) de Desarrollo: The Evolving South Texas Borderland: From Then Til Now

Organizer and Chair:
William Doolittle, University of Texas at Austin

LBJ 3-9.1

Adán Benavides, University of Texas at Austin, "A Utopian View to Settle Texas in the Early Eighteenth Century"
Mary Jo Galindo, GTI Environmental Austin, Texas, "Con Un Pie En Cada Lado: Ethnicities and the Archaeology of Spanish Colonial Ranching Communities in South Texas"
Daniel Arreola, Arizona State University, "The Picture Postcard Mexican Housescape: Visual Culture and Domestic Identity"
Emilio Zamora, University of Texas at Austin, "The Second World War as a Marker in Mexican- American History"
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Session 3204
Cultural and Historical Geographies of African Americans

Organizer and Chair:
Derek H. Alderman, East Carolina University

LBJ 3-7.1

Richard Schein, University of Kentucky, "Property and Race in a Small Place"
DeWitt King, University of Kentucky, "Shadow Faded: Shedding Light on the African-American Barbershop"
[Abstract]
E. Arnold Modlin, East Carolina University, "Rosenwald Schools: Memorials to the Past or Teaching Institutions for Tomorrow"
Michael Crutcher, University of Kentucky, "Race and Landscape in American Literature: The Case of Joe Christmas" [Abstract]
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Session 3205
Teaching about Race and Ethnicity

Chair:
Brock Brown, Texas State University-San Marcos

LBJ 4-1.9

Jose G. Moreno, California State University, Channel Islands, "The Concepts of Race and Ethnicity in Chicano Studies Scholarship"
[Abstract]
Davor Jedicka, University of Texas at Tyler, "The Homebook Concept for Teaching Ethnic Relations and Multicultural Studies"
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David A. Padgett, Tennessee State University, Nashville, "An Assessment of the Status of GIS and Related Technologies at Historically Black Colleges and Universities"
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Angela Derk, West Virginia University, "The Educational Journey from High School to College for First Generation College Students, Minority Students, and Low Income Students"
[Abstract]
Durganath Shiwakoti,
Children's Liberty English Boarding School and Sahayogi Higher Secondary School,
Kathmandu, Nepal, "Teaching about Ethnicity and Geographical Diversity in Nepal"
Session 3206
Race, Ethnicity, and Katrina

Chair:
Zoe Morris, Louisiana State University

LBJ 3-15.1

David Yarbrough, Texas State University-San Marcos, "Observations from an Evacuation: Race and Ethnicity in the Aftermath of Katrina"
[Abstract]
Sarah A. Blue, Northern Illinois University, "'Placing' Latino Migration to New Orleans"
[Abstract]
Anita I. Drever, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, "New Orleans: A New Latino Destination City"
[Abstract]
Zoe Morris, Louisiana State University, "Rebuilding Community and Creating Voice: The New Orleans Vietnamese East Village"
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Lisa Rawlings, Howard University, "Root Shock: Race, Ethnicity and Displacement in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina"
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Session 3207 Community Stories: Socially Mapping Race, Public Policy, Schools and
Change in San Marcos, Texas


Organizer and Chair:
Miguel A. Guajardo, Texas State University-San Marcos

LBJ 3-11.1

Michael Gividen, Austin Community College
Juan Orozco, Austin Independent School District, Austin, Texas
Enrique Garcia, Burnett
Middle School, Burnett, Texas
Becky Philips, Langford Elementary School, Austin, Texas
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Session 3208
Language and Place: Conversations about Movement and
Destination


Organizer and Chair:
Jason Fabianke, St. Philip's College

LBJ 3-4.1
Jason Fabianke, St. Philip's College
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Session 3209
Race Is the Place Video

Organizer and Chair:
Patrick Evans, St. Philip's College

LBJ 3-14.1

Patrick Evans, St. Philip's College
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Session 3210
Indigenous People, Immigrants, and Refugees

Chair:
Richard Edney, Deakin University Law School, Melbourne, Australia

LBJ 3-13.1

Richard Edney, Deakin University Law School, Melbourne, Australia, "Am I Not Indigenous Enough? Race, Place and the Politics of
Sentencing under Australian Criminal Law"
Amadou Niang,
University of Utah, "Reterritoriali zation of Identities: The Other Reality about Citizenship and Belonging in an Immigrant Country"
Tammy Mott, Ohio State University, "Coming to America: The Role of Voluntary Resettlement Agencies in the Adjustment of Refugees"
[Abstract]
Ellen Percy Kraly,
Colgate University, "'An Anchor of Hope':
Refugees in Utica, New York"
[Abstract]
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Session 3211A
Student Paper Session I on Understanding Privilege in America: Issues of Race and Ethnicity

Organizer and Chair:
Sandra Mayo, Texas State University-San Marcos

LBJ Teaching Theater

Student Participants
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Session 3211B
Student Paper Session II on Understanding Privilege in America: Issues of Race and Ethnicity

Organizer and Chair:
Audwin Anderson, Texas State University-San Marcos

LBJ 3-5.1

Student Participants
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Session 3212
The Business of Latin American Business at Texas State

Organizer and Chair:
Jack Mogab, Texas State University-San Marcos

LBJ 3-8.1

Lucy Harney, Texas State University-San Marcos
Ivan Blanco, Texas State University-San Marcos
Enrique Becerra, Texas State University-San Marcos
Margie Moore, Economic Development Department, San Marcos, Texas
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Session 3213
Latinos, Language, and Learning on La Frontera

Organizer and Chair:
Mary Petron, Texas A&M International University

LBJ 3-6.1

Diana Linn-Contreras, Texas A&M International University, "Representational Patterns of English Language Learners Receiving Special Education Services in South Texas"
Barbara Greybeck, Texas A&M International University, "ASÍ: An After-School Intervention to Improve the Reading Performance of First and Second Grade Latino Students"
Jennifer Coronado, Texas A&M International University, "Second- and Third-Year Frontera Teachers' Perceptions of How Well They Were Prepared to Teach"
Juan Lira, Texas A&M International University, "Teacher Preparation in the Borderlands: Focus on Literacy"
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Sessions: 4:00 - 5:40
Sessions
4:00
4:20
4:40
5:00
5:20

Session 3301
Teaching Racial and Ethnic Geography at
the Collegiate Level: Some Examples


Organizer and Chair:
Mary Lynne Bird, Executive Director, American Geographical Society

LBJ 3-8.1

Rickie Sanders, Temple University, "Using Crash to Tell the Story of Race in America"
[Abstract]
Audrey Kobayashi, Queen's University, Kingston, Canada, "The Classroom as a Site of Struggle: Racialization, Place and Identity"
[Abstract]
John W. Frazier, Binghamton University (SUNY), "Teaching Race, Ethnicity and Place at the Collegiate Level"
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Session 3302
Identities and Perceptions

Chair:
Ines Miyares, Hunter College (CUNY)

LBJ 3-3.1

Ines M. Miyares, Hunter College (CUNY), "Expressing 'Local Culture': Ethnic Identity and the Honolulu Swap Meet"
[Abstract]
Sidney Homan, University of Florida, "The Theatre as a Mirror for Issues of Race, Ethnicity, and Place"
[Abstract]
Raymond Greene, University of Western Illinois, "The 2003 Amendment of One Referendum in Alabama: A Geographical Investigation"
[Abstract]
Virginia Ochoa-Winemiller, Troy University-Montgomery, "Perception of Place and Shaping Space"
[Abstract]
Youngmin Lee, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea, and Ohio State University, "Re-territorialization of L.A. Koreatown in the Era of Globalization"
[Abstract]
Session 3303
La(s) Frontera(s) de Desarrollo: The Evolving South Texas Borderland: Now

Organizer and Chair:
William Doolittle, University of Texas at Austin

LBJ 3-9.1

Santiago Guerra,
University of Texas at Austin, "Cuando llegaron las drogas:
Drug trafficking and the Transformation of South Texas Space"
Jennifer Rose Nájera,
University of California, Riverside, "Emergent Expressive Culture in the Lower Rio Grande Valley"
José E. Limon, University of Texas at Austin
"The McAllen Tripa Club:
Gastro-Politics and Mexican-American Middle Class Identity"
Frank de la Teja, Texas State University-San Marcos, Discussant
Paul C. Adams, University of Texas at Austin, Discussant
Session 3304
Latino Socioeconomic Patterns in the U.S.

Chair:
Richard L. Nostrand, University of Oklahoma

LBJ 3-15.1

Mark E. Reisinger, Binghamton University, "Latino Geographies: A Regional Approach"
[Abstract]
James P. Allen and Eugene Turner, California State University, Northridge, "Comparative Socioeconomic Status of Mexicans in U.S. Counties"
[Abstract]
Victoria A. Lawson, University of Washington, "The Cultural Construction of White and Latino Poverty: Cultural Politics and Economic Restructuring among Whites and Latinos in the American Northwest"
[Abstract]
Richard Jones, University of Texas at San Antonio, "Mexican Immigrants in San Antonio: Economic Marginality and Cultural Retrenchment"
[Abstract]
Selima Sultana, University of North Carolina-Greensboro, "Intra-Urban Job Accessibility for Hispanic Workers in Charlotte Metropolitan Area, North Carolina"
[Abstract]

Session 3305
Panel on Ethnic Music in Texas

Organizer and
Chair:

Gary Hartman, Director, Center for Texas Music History, Texas State University-San Marcos

LBJ 3-10.1

Kevin Mooney, University of Texas at Austin
Ramiro Burr, Music Reporter, San Antonio Express News
Gary Hartman, Texas State University-San Marcos
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Session 3306
Globalization, Migration, and African Diasporas

Organizer and Chair:
Nemata Blyden, George Washington University

LBJ 3-7.1

Nemata Blyden, George Washington University, "The African Diaspora in the Atlantic Region"
Alusine Jalloh, University of Texas at Arlington, "West Africans in America and Homeland Development"
[Abstract]
Fenda Akiwumi, University of South Florida, "Strangers in Our House: Ethnicity and Place in Mining Regions of Sierra
Leone, West Africa"
[Abstract]
Richard L. Elam, Hill College, "The Not-quite Place: Slaves and Baptist Churches in Texas"
[Abstract]
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Session 3307
Computerized Analysis of Natural Language to Understand Ethnicity and Place

Organizer and Chair:
Randall Osborne, Texas State University-San Marcos

LBJ 3-6.1

James W. Pennebaker, University of Texas at Austin
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Session 3308
Film Shorts from Indigenous America

Organizer and Chair:
Francene Blythe, All Roads Film Project, National Geographic Society, Washington, DC

LBJ 3-14.1

Mi Papai Mapuche, Chile
(5 minutes)
Sweet Gatherings Mixe, Mexico
(18 minutes)
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Gesture Down Kumeyaay, Mexico
(8 minutes)
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De la Patada Mixetca, Mexico
(2 minutes)

The Big Star Karaja, Brazil

(15 minutes)

Sa'ah
Diné, USA

(20 minutes)

Open Discussion
Session 3309
Student Discussions on Understanding Privilege in America: Issues of Race and Ethnicity

Organizer and Chair:
Sandra Mayo, Texas State University-San Marcos

LBJ Teaching Theater

Student Participants
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Session 3310
The Lingering Effects of the Stockholm Syndrome: Why White Matters to
Today's African Americans


Organizer and Chair:
Glynis Christine, St. Philip's College

LBJ 3-4.1

Glynis Christine, St. Philip's College
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Session 3311
Minorities in Science

Organizer and Chair:
John Martin, St. Philip's College

LBJ 3-13.1

Elias Jackson, Chambers Biomedical/ Biotechnology Research Institute, Durham, North Carolina
William Davis, St. Philip's College
     
Session 3312
Media and the Civil Rights Movement

Organizer and Chair:
Laurie Fluker, Texas State University-San Marcos

LBJ 3-11.1
Susan Weill, Texas State University-San Marcos
Dwight Watson, Texas State University-San Marcos
Laurie Fluker, Texas State University-San Marcos
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Session 3313
Perspectives on Study Abroad Programs: Latin America and Japan

Organizer and Chair:
Isis Gomez, Texas State University-San Marcos

LBJ 3-5.1

Byron Augustin, Texas State University-San Marcos
Mayumi Moriuchi, Texas State University-San Marcos
Lauralea Drummond, Texas State University-San Marcos
Daniel Walker, Texas State University-San Marcos
Joao Middleton, Texas State University-San Marcos

Session 3314
Race and Ethnicity Literature Searches: Changing Information Space

Organizer and Chair:
Clara A. Ogbaa, Texas State University-San Marcos

LBJ 4-1.9

Clara A. Ogbaa, Texas State University-San Marcos
Justina O. Osa, Virginia State University
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Session 3315
Workshop on
Detecting and Mapping Health Disparities
Using a Space-time Information System in Geography


Organizer and Chair:
Pierre Goovaerts, BioMedware, Ann Arbor, MI

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