This graduate workshop incorporates research as praxis, where central to answering how one crosses into visibility — in particular, migrants cross into visibility as "victims" / "criminals" and trafficking subjects — requires the bridging of theory and practice. This workshop is informed by Fukushima’s own commitment to praxis, having worked at all levels of organizations — from volunteer to leadership roles, case worker, programs coordinator and as an expert witness for civil, criminal and immigration cases. This workshop will offer insights into local, national and transnational collaborations.
- Workshop leader: Annie Isabel Fukushima (Assistant Professor, Ethnic Studies Division—The University of Utah)
- Moderator: Paloma Martinez-Cruz (Associate Professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese—Ohio State)
This event is a part of the Society of Fellows Graduate Workshop series, hosted by the Global Arts and Humanities. To learn more about the event, please visit go.osu.edu/sof-workshops.