October 24, 2022
Lecture by Dr. Shaolu Yu, “Between Black and White, Chinese grocery stores in the American South during the Jim Crow Era”
Date & Time: Monday, October 24, 2022, 13:00-14:30 (JST)
Format: Hybrid (on-site & online):
On-site venue: 92B, 9th floor, Faculty of Engineering Bldg. 2, Hongō Campus, University of Tokyo
Online Zoom link: https://u-tokyo-ac-jp.zoom.us/j/88499809639?pwd=dGVneWpyV3FJVEVmYWEwZHUxMG40dz09
Meeting ID: 884 9980 9639
About the lecture:
In the Jim Crow US South where segregation between White and Black people was strictly enforced, where did the Chinese immigrants fit in? What did their social, cultural, and economic life look like? In this research talk, Dr. Shaolu Yu will share the story of the Chinese-owned grocery stores in the Jim Crow South as multiracial and multifunctional spaces for self-mobilization and cultural preservation.
About Dr. Yu:
Dr. Shaolu Yu is currently an Associate Professor in Urban Studies at Rhodes College, Memphis, Tennessee, USA. Trained as an urban geographer in an interdisciplinary background and participating in projects in urban studies in China, the U.S., and Canada, Dr. Yu has developed a comparative and global perspective and a mixed method approach in her research on cities. Her current research interests include: Urban Space and Place-making, Migration and Mobility, Race and Ethnicity, and GIS applications in visualizing and analyzing spatial data. Her papers have been published in the journals Annals of Association of American Geographers, The Professional Geographer, Urban Geography, Geographical Review, and The Journal of Transport Geography.
使用言語 | Language: English
司会｜Moderated by Dr. Yuko Itatsu, Professor, Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies, Univ. of Tokyo
主催｜Organized by the Itatsu Lab
共催｜Co-organized by ITASIA Program, Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies, University of Tokyo
お問い合わせ先| Inquiries can be sent to itatsu(at)boz.c.u-tokyo.ac.jp