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ROBERT ALLEN'S BLACK AWAKENING IN CAPITALIST AMERICA 40 YRS LATER: ITS SIGNIFICANCE TODAY
Date Friday April 10
Time 8:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Location Details
DATE: FRIDAY APRIL 10, 2009
Place: Tilden Room (5th floor MLK building) UC Berkeley
Near corner of Telegraph and Bancroft
830am-530pm
Event Type Conference
Organizer/Authorrh
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The Department of Ethnic Studies and its series 1968-1969: On Epistemic and Social Struggles Series, the Department of African American Studies and CRISES Present:


ROBERT ALLEN'S BLACK AWAKENING IN CAPITALIST AMERICA 40 YEARS LATER: ITS SIGNIFICANCE AND RELEVANCE FOR TODAY'S STRUGGLES


DATE: FRIDAY APRIL 10, 2009
Place: Tilden Room (5th floor MLK building) UC Berkeley
830am-530pm


8:30AM-10:30AM-
PANEL 1: "Black Awakening's" Awakening of Liberation Struggles"

Moderator/Discussant Carlos Muñoz (UC-Berkeley)

David Montejano. (UC-Berkeley)
"Robert Allen's Black Awakening and Early Chicano Scholarship"

Andrew Barlow (UC-Berkeley)
"Social Justice and state crisis: Lessons for the future from the 1960s
Black Liberation movement."

Kwame Nimako (NINSEE- Institute for the Study of Dutch Slavery and its
Legacies and University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
"Nkrumah, African Awakening, and Neo-colonialism: How Black America
awakened Nkrumah and Nkrumah awakened Black America."

Ronald Williams II" (UC-Berkeley)
"Black (Re) Awakening in Post-Race America: Race, Class and the Internal
Colony Model"



10:45AM: 12:45PM- PANEL 2: The Internal (Neo) Colonial Approach

Moderator/Discussant: Michael Omi (UC-Berkeley)

Charles Pinderhughes (Boston College)
"How Black Awakening in Capitalist America Laid the Foundation for New
Internal Colonialism Theory."

Michael Calderon-Zaks (Ithaca College) Center for the Study of Culture,
Race, and Ethnicity (CSCRE)
"'Domestic Colonialism:' The Overlooked Significance of Robert Allen's
Contributions, 1969-1975."

Roberto D. Hernández (UC-Berkeley)
"On the Analytic Import of Black Awakening Across Colonial/Racial
Difference"

Chris Reid (UC-Berkeley)
"Malcolm X and Robert Allen on Domestic (Neo-)Colonialism and
Revolutionary Nationalism, and Black Awakenings as a seminal bridge
between the 'organic' and 'traditional' intellectual traditions of
activist-scholarship."


Lunch: 12:45PM to 2:00PM


2:00PM-4:00PM-
Panel 3: Black Awakening 40 Years Later: Its Relevance for Today

Moderator/Discussant Charles Henry (UC-Berkeley)

Thomas A. Dutton (Miami University-Ohio)
"Colony Over-the-Rhine: Gentrification and Econocide."

Robert Chrisman (The Black Scholar Journal)
"The Black Middle Class, 40 years after BLACK AWAKENING IN CAPITALIST
AMERICA."

Jared Ball (Morgan University)
"Anti-Colonial Media in the 21st Century"

Lia Bascomb (UC-Berkeley)
"Eyes Wide Open: A Case Study Reflecting on Black Awakening."



4:15PM-5:30PM- ROBERT ALLEN 40 YEARS LATER

Keynote Presenter: Nelson Maldonado-Torres (UC Berkeley)

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Robert Allen (UC Berkeley)



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