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Saturday, April 11 • 10:30am - 11:55am
SA10.30.06 Intersectionality: From structural inequalities to the everyday encounter

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Moderator: Vera Zambonelli, University of Hawaii Manoa

Living with difference: Everyday encounters in a polarized city
Malka Greenberg-Raanan, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Latino immigrant community’s perceptions on access to resources in Eastern North Carolina
Misun Hur, East Carolina University; Juvencio Peralta, The Association of Mexicans in North Carolina; Eliud de Jesus, East Carolina University; Christopher Lawson, East Carolina University

Detroit Snob: An Intersectional Activist’s View of the City
Ashley E. Nickels, Rutgers University- Camden; Jennifer Martin, Mt. Union University

Actually existing intercultural incubators
Vera Zambonelli, University of Hawaii Manoa

Presenters
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Vera Zambonelli, University of Hawaiʻi / Hawai'i Women in Filmmaking

HWF E.D., University of Hawaii Manoa
Vera Zambonelli is the founder and executive director of Hawaiʻi Women in Filmmaking, an organization committed to achieving intersectional gender equity in filmmaking. In 2017, Vera launched Reel Wāhine of Hawaiʻi, a short doc film series that redresses gender inequity in the film industry by documenting the real-life stories of Hawai‘i women filmmakers that has recently received a NEA grant to produce Season 3. Vera teaches at the University of Hawaiʻi Academy for Creative Media West O... Read More →
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Misun Hur

Assistant Professor, East Carolina University
Interested in engaged research, community development, GIS, and environment-human interactions.
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Ashley E. Nickels

PhD Candidate (ABD), Rutgers University-Camden

Moderators
VZ

Vera Zambonelli, University of Hawaiʻi / Hawai'i Women in Filmmaking

HWF E.D., University of Hawaii Manoa
Vera Zambonelli is the founder and executive director of Hawaiʻi Women in Filmmaking, an organization committed to achieving intersectional gender equity in filmmaking. In 2017, Vera launched Reel Wāhine of Hawaiʻi, a short doc film series that redresses gender inequity in the film industry by documenting the real-life stories of Hawai‘i women filmmakers that has recently received a NEA grant to produce Season 3. Vera teaches at the University of Hawaiʻi Academy for Creative Media West O... Read More →

Saturday April 11, 2015 10:30am - 11:55am EDT
Escorial (2nd floor)