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Sarah DeMott & Enmanuel Martinez


From: Wednesday, May 04, 2016, 01:30pm

To: Wednesday, May 04, 2016, 04:30pm

4d1 DeMott and Enmanuel

“Archipelagic Logics of Recognition and Legitimacy”
Sarah Demott

Sarah DeMott earned her PhD in International Education at New York University. Her dissertation, Mediterranean Intersections: A History of the Sicilian Community in Tunisia, 1830-2015, explores regional reconfigurations of political and social subjectivities through remappping colonial cartographies of mobility, the historiography of European continentalism, and the sea as actor and archive. DeMott has received awards from the Social Science Research Council (SSRC) and the American Institute for Maghreb Studies (AIMS), and she is currently an affiliated scholar with the Center for Cultural Analysis and the University of London's Center for Postcolonial Studies, as well as Qualitative Research Specialist at New York University.

“‘The Past is Prologue’: Shakespeare's The Tempest and the History of the U.S. National Archives”
Enmanuel Martinez

Enmanuel Martinez is a PhD candidate in the Program in Comparative Literature at Rutgers University. His dissertation exams the local forms and function of the historical archive as imagined and practiced within the work of various twentieth- and twenty-first-century Hispanic, Anglophone, and French Caribbean and Caribbean diasporic writers and intellectuals. A McNair Scholar and a Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellow, he is the recipient of various grants and fellowships, including several Mellon Mays Predoctoral Research Grants, the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education Fellowship, and the Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship.



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