Aunt Lute attends 42nd annual NAES Conference
Ethnic studies professors, students, and enthusiasts from across the country recently gathered at Mills College in Oakland, California for the 42nd annual National Association for Ethnic Studies Conference. The theme for this year’s conference was “Research as Ceremony: Decolonizing Ethnic Studies.” The NAES is dedicated to examining the “interlocking forces of domination that are rooted in socially constructed categories of gender, sexuality, class, and race” and “committed to challenging paradigms that systematically marginalize the experiences of diverse national and international populations.”
We attended the conference as exhibitors and had the pleasure of connecting with those who have been touched by the titles we’ve published over the years. Many NAES members shared how our books have become integral in their teachings, studies, and their lives. We are proud to support NAES members in their incredible work, and we hope to attend NAES conferences in the future!