9:00-9:15: Welcome PVI co-directors, Denise Walsh and Nick Winter 9:15-9:30: Opening Remarks Claudrena Harold, Professor of African American and African Studies and History  9:30-10:45: Roundtable I Charles Hamilton, Solidarity not Surrender: Queer Antifascism and the European Far Right Olyvia Christley, Gender Attitudes and the Appeal of the Radical Right Commentator: Manuela Achilles, Associate Professor of German and History  10:45-11:0: Break  11:00-12:15: Roundtable II Meret Hofer, The Challenge of Community Policing: Understanding Barriers to Positive Interactions between Police and the Public Victoria Mauer, The Enduring Prevalence of Sexual Violence on College Campuses: Exploring Student Perspectives on Prevention Programming Commentator: Brian Williams, Associate Professor of Public Policy  12:15-1: Lunch Gibson Hall, Room 296  1:00-2:15: Roundtable III Daniel Henry, Writing Human and Revolution in W.E.B. Du Bois’s Dark Princess Samantha Wallace, The #MeToo Effect: "Certainty" as Rhetoric and Discourse in Contemporary Narratives of Sexual Violence Commentator: Meredith Clark, Assistant Professor of Media Studies  2:15-2:30: Break  2:30-3:45: Roundtable IV Shira Lurie, Liberty Poles and the Contested Right of Protest Brian Neumann, A New Reign of Terror: Imagining Disunion in South Carolina, 1830-1835 Commentator: Cynthia Nicoletti, Legal Historian and Professor of Law  3:45-4:00: Closing Remarks Denise Walsh and Nick Winter
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