M.A. Graduate Student
Annita taught CES 101, Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies, for the spring 2014 semester.
Her research interests include the War on Drugs and the War on Terror, particularly in relation to regimes of colonial violence in "Indian Country" and the West Indies; rural land struggle and resources extraction; and spatial theory, popular culture (hip hop and dancehall), and Third World politics.
- "They Are Still Taking: Mapping Reiterative Violence and Northern California's Gold Rush," in the session "Indigenous and Critical Settler Cartographies: Mapping Labor and Debt in Public Spaces of Dissent," American Studies Association annual meeting in Washington, D.C., November 21–24, 2013.
- "(Counter)Genocidal Cartographies: (De)Colonial Territoriality & Spatial Representations of Native America," at the Cultural Ethnic Studies Association conference in Chicago, September 19–21, 2013.
- "Fallen Angels & Failures to Love: Gendered Violence in Songs About Bad Girls," guest article on The Feminist Wire.
Contact Ms. Lucchesi
Wilson-Short Hall 12