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Mel Y. Chen (link to: Assistant Professor, Gender & Women's Studies Mel Chen, a GWS Assistant Professor and Interim Vice Chair for Research, has a PhD in linguistics and works at the intersection of critical race theory, science studies, linguistics, sexuality, and disability studies, with articles in Women and Performance, GLQ and Discourse. Mel's book, Animacies: Biopolitics, Racial Mattering, and Queer Affect, is forthcoming in 2012. Leslie Salzinger (link to: Associate Professor, Gender & Women's Studies GWS Associate Professor Leslie Salzinger is an ethnographer exploring the gendering of transnational political economy and the production of gender within that space. Her first book focused on the feminization of transnational assembly. Her current work analyzes peso-dollar exchange as a locus of Mexico's metamorphosis from "developing nation" into "emerging market". Barrie Thorne (link to: Professor, Gender & Women's Studies Professor and Interim Chair of Gender and Women's Studies, Barrie Throne has a joint appointment in Sociology. She researches gender, social class, immigration, racial ethnicity and the experiences of children growing up in Oakland. Many thanks to the Li Ka Shing Foundation for their generous support and sponsorship of this event. (link to: