New Proposed Sessions
Formal Symposium: Theorizing Race and Culture in the Pacific
This symposium session was the final meeting of Theorizing Race and Culture in the Pacific. Participants presented papers addressing the variety of ways “race” has taken on meaning and salience historically and in the contemporary moment. The papers clustered around themes of land, dispossession, racial logics, and culture; sport, racialization, and indigeneity; and the intersection of racialization of Pacific peoples with colonial projects and new configurations of power. The session
participants will be moving forward with a publication project.
Lisa Uperesa, University of Auckland, firstname.lastname@example.org