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Picturing Empire: Race and The Lives of the Photographs of Dean C. Worcester in the Philippines

Friday, March 15, 2013
12:00 AM
Room 1636, International Institute School of Social Work Building, 1080 South University Ave.

Conference and Events Free and Open to the Public

8:30–9:00 am Coffee

9:00–12:00 pm Race, Gender and Colonialism:
Representation in the Worcester Photos

Sony Bolton (Univ of Michigan)
Charley Sullivan (Univ of Michigan)
Nerissa Balce Cortez (SUNY Stony Brook)
Mark Rice (St. John Fisher College)
Discussant: Victor Mendoza (Univ of Michigan)

12:00–1:00 pm Lunch (will be provided)

1:00–4:00 pm Politics of the Archive: The Afterlives of the Worcester Photos
Melissa Banta (Harvard University)
Mike Price (Independent Scholar)
Ricky Punzalan (Univ of Maryland)
Analyn Salvador (Univ of Philippines, Baguio)
Discussant: Susan F. Go (Univ of Michigan)

4:30–6:00 pm Film Showing and Discussion

Native Life in the Philippines

The first public showing of Dean Worcester’s recently rediscovered 1913 film.
Discussants: Nick Deocampo (Filmmaker and Film Critic)
Kate Pourshariati (Univ of Pennsylvania)
Mark Rice (St. John Fisher College)

Film showing and discussion will take place in the Natural Science Auditorium,
2140 Kraus Building (830 North University Ave.)

Also Featuring:

Picturing Empire

An exhibition of Worcester’s Photographs from the Museum of Anthropology Collections International Institute Gallery, through March 30