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NEGOTIATED BLACKNESS:  THE POLITICS OF GENES, GENDER, BEAUTY AND MULTI-RACIAL IDENTITY
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Reviewed By: Association of Black Anthropologists
Saturday, November 17, 2012: 1:45 PM-3:30 PM

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Chair:  Kimberly E Simmons (University of South Carolina)
1:45 PM
Size Matters: Sustaining Female Inequality In A POST- Democratic WORLD  
Signithia Fordham (University of Rochester and University of Rochester)
2:00 PM
2:30 PM
From Straight to Curly: The Natural Hair Movement In the Dominican Republic
Kimberly E Simmons (University of South Carolina and University of South Carolina)
2:45 PM
“Mixed,” “Multiracial,” “Other,” “Jamaican:” Contesting, Crossing, and Re-Drawing Racial Borders
Sharon E Placide (Florida Atlantic University, Florida Atlantic University and Florida International University)
3:00 PM
Africanicity and Admixture: Tracing Ancestry, Ascribing Status
James Battle (University of California, Santa Cruz)