Two AADS Students Presented at 14th Annual S.Florida Latin American and Caribbean Studies Conference

AADS MA student Tanisha Ingram and AADS certificate student Omawu Diane Enobabor both made excellent presentations at the 14th Annual South Florida Latin American and Caribbean Studies graduate conference held at University of Miami. Diane was also the organizer of their panel, "Displacing African Diaspora Politics: Transgressive Black Political Identities of the Caribbean and Central America." Tanisha presented her paper, "The Colonial Vestiges of Sex Work: Caribbean Women Overturning Western Patriarchy." Diane's paper was "Towards a Black Feminist Geopolitics: Embodied Black Politics in Quisqueya."

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Tanisha and Diane at the conference.

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Diane presenting during the panel she organized.

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Tanisha presenting her paper.

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Tanisha and Diane are joined by Diane's Latin American and Caribbean Studies colleagues Christine Bianco and Edward Kennedy.

Congratulations to Tanisha and Diane on their outstanding presentations!