"Pluralism in a Historic Context: Challenges and Opportunities in North America"
Pluralism's Imperialism: Legality Difference on Turtle Island Aaron Mills, Assistant Professor and Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Constitutionalism and Philosophy McGill University.
African Americans and Racial Incorporation: Preindustrial Urban Roots Joe Trotter, Giant Eagle Professor of History and Social Justice, History Department, Carnegie Mellon University.
“He Couldn’t Have A Life:” State Violence as Slow Violence in the Post-Civil-Rights Era Adriane Lentz-Smith, Associate Professor and Associate Chair, Department of History, Duke University.
Black Women, Internationalism, and Afro-Asian Solidarity in the 1930s Keisha N. Blain, Associate Professor of History, University of Pittsburgh. President of the African American Intellectual History Society.
Earl Lewis, Professor of History and Director of the Center for Social Solutions, University of Michigan, and Former President of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
From Pluralism to the Clash of Civilizations: Re-racializing Global Disorder and Reframing Immigration at the End of the Cold War Penny Von Eschen, William R. Kennan Jr. Professor of American Studies and Professor of History, University of Virginia.
Language, Race, and Nation: Haitian Immigration and Quebec in the 1970s Sean Mills, Professor and Canada Research Chair in Canadian and Transnational History, University of Toronto.