Saturday, October 15

07-05 Maintaining, Reshaping, and Re-Centering Periphery in Community Spaces [hybrid]

Saturday, October 15, 8:00 am–10:00 am
Promenade C

  session will be recorded and available for later viewing online

Chair: Brandon Barker (Indiana University)

8:00 am
Love, Loss and Blue Ribbons: An Ethnographic Study of 4-H Animal Projects in Rural Community Fairs
Stephen M. Lochetto (Penn State Harrisburg)

8:30 am
The Power of Rural Market: Reshaping Relocated Villagers’ Sense of Place in North China [virtual]
Lei Cai (Wuhan University)

9:00 am
From Center to Periphery: Reframing Confederate Monuments in Richmond, Virginia [virtual]
Incoronata (Nadia)  Inserra (Virginia Commonwealth University) and Lee Ann Timreck (Independent Researcher, Richmond, Virginia)

9:30 am
John Baker, Junior and the Washingtons of Wessyngton Plantation: From Genealogy to Art
Brandon Barker (Indiana University)

Assembled Panel