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Patrick Bond paper on Climate Change, Debt and Justice in Africa at University of North Carolina conference, 5 April






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Department of African, African American, and Diaspora Studies: 2ND GLOBAL AFRICANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE, APRIL 3-5, 2014
Water, Health and Environment: Experiences from African, African American and Diaspora Geographies


PROGRAM:

APRIL 3, 2014, 5.30PM-7.00PM (Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History - Hitchcock Multipurpose Room)
Welcome: Eunice N. Sahle, (Department of African, African American, and Diaspora Studies and Curriculum in Global Studies, UNC-Chapel Hill)

Opening remarks: Jonathan Hartlyn, Senior Associate Dean for Social Sciences and Global Programs, UNC-Chapel Hill)

AAAD Studentsí Project: Performing the Politics of Water: Rogers Road and Beyond

Introductions: Reginald Hildebrand (Department of African, African American, and Diaspora Studies, UNC-Chapel Hill) and Joseph Megel (Department of Communication Studies, UNC-Chapel Hill)

APRIL 4, 2014 (9.15AM-3.00PM), Toy Lounge)

9.15am-9.30am: Coffee

9.30am-10.45am: Gender, Race and Health
Moderator: Margaret Lee (Department of African, African American, and Diaspora Studies, UNC-Chapel Hill)
Kia L. Caldwell, The Alyne Case: Gender, Race, and the Human Right to Health in Brazil (Department of African, African American, and Diaspora Studies, UNC-Chapel Hill)
Wizdom Powell, Black, Male, and Blue: Unpacking Mechanisms Linking Everyday Racism, Masculinity, and Black Menís Depressive Symptomatology (Gillings School of Global Public Health and Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, UNC-Chapel Hill)

10.45am-12.25pm: Health, Representation and Aid
Moderator: Kenneth Janken (Department of African, African American, and Diaspora Studies, UNC-Chapel Hill)
Allison Schlobohm, Informing SISTA: The International Travels of a "Culturally-Relevant" HIV Prevention Program (Department of Communication Studies, UNC-Chapel Hill)
Marie Garlock, Re-presenting Transnational Cancer Philanthropy: Pink Ribbon Citizenship in Kenya (Department of Communication Studies, UNC-Chapel Hill)
Laura Wagner, Professionals, Providers, Profiteers? Haitian Doctors Amid the Influx of International Humanitarian Volunteers (Department of Anthropology, UNC-Chapel Hill)

12.25pm-2.00pm: Friday Keynote Address
Introduction: Ronald Williams (Department of African, African American, and Diaspora Studies)
Kenneth Bailey, Speculations on Design, Environment and Justice (www.ds4si.org Design Studio for Social Intervention)

2.00pm-3.15pm: Water and Natural Resources Governance in Africa
Moderator: Charlene Regester (Department of African, African American, and Diaspora Studies UNC-Chapel Hill)
Georges Nzongola-Ntalaja, Political Economy of Natural Resources Governance in Africa (Department of African, African American, and Diaspora Studies, UNC-Chapel Hill)
Amy E. Cooke, Water-Food-Energy-Climate Nexus in Africa (Curriculum in Ecology, UNCChapel Hill)

3.15pm-5.00pm (Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History - Auditorium)
Roundtable on Black Geographies: Politics and Poetics
Introductions: Willie J. Wright and PavithraVasudevan (Graduate Association of Geography Students, Department of Geography, UNC-Chapel Hill)
Moderator: Yousuf Al-Bulushi (Department of Geography, UNC-Chapel Hill)
Alexis Pauline Gumbs (http://alexispauline.com/)
Howard Craft (http://www.howardcraft.com/)
Renee Alexander Craft (Department of Communication Studies, UNC-Chapel Hill)
Poetry by C. J. Suitt, Sacrificial Poets (http://sacrificialpoets.org/)
Artwork by Soraya Jean-Louis McElroy

5.30pm-.7.30pm (Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History - Hitchcock Multipurpose Room)
AAAD Studentsí Project: (final performance and a Q and A session)
Performing the Politics of Water: Rogers Road and Beyond
Introduction and Q and A Moderator: Reginald Hildebrand (Department of African, African American, and Diaspora Studies, UNC-Chapel Hill)
Panelists: Rev. Robert Campbell, David Caldwell, Rosie Caldwell, Joseph Megel and AAAD Students

APRIL 5, 2014, 9.15AM-1.00PM (Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History - Hitchcock Multipurpose Room)

9.15am-9.30am: Coffee

9.30am-11.30am: Environment, Justice and Place
Moderator: David Pier (Department of African, African American, and Diaspora Studies, UNC-Chapel Hill)
Valerie A. Johnson, Environmental Ethics and Struggles in North Carolina (Africana Womenís Studies, Bennett College)
Arturo Escobar, Place, Ecology and Politics of Development (Department of Anthropology, UNC-Chapel Hill)
Patrick Bond, Climate Change, Debt and Justice in Africa (University of KwaZulu-Natal)

11.30am-1.00pm: Saturday Keynote Address

Introduction: Arturo Escobar (Department of Anthropology, UNC-Chapel Hill)
Marilyn Machado Mosquera, Struggles for Territory, Livelihoods and Culture (The Black Communitiesí Process in Colombia)

Sponsored by: African Studies Center
Institute for the Arts and Humanities
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Geography
The Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History (Stone Center's Okun Fund)
Department of African, African American and Diaspora Studies



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