Conference for Graduate Scholarship on Power, Adversity, and Networks (G-SPAN)

Welcome to the 2022 Conference for Graduate Scholarship on Power, Adversity, and Networks! The theme of the 2022 G-SPAN Conference is Crisis, Change, and Continuity. We are excited to welcome you to the conference, which will take place on April 8-10, 2022. Below, you will find information about the conference and the link to register! Please note that attending the panels is free, and no pre-registration is required. However, please register for the conference if you want to attend Friday's Keynote event and the Saturday lunch. It will cost $25 plus taxes and fees.


To register for the spring 2022 Conference for Graduate Scholarship on Power, Adversity, and Networks (G-SPAN) please register through Eventbrite. The registration deadline for this event is Thursday, April 7, 2022.

If you are looking to volunteer for this event, please email before registering. 

When booking your hotel at the Tucson Marriott University Park please take advantage of the discounted group rate by booking your hotel using the G-SPAN Conference April 2022 hotel booking link.

G-SPAN Conference Committee

Abby Gibbons, Conference Chair

Liliana Mondragon-Morales, Committee Member

Rachel Small, Committee Member

Don Unger, Committee Member

For more information and to contact the G-SPAN conference committee, please email

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Event Program

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Panel Schedule

Session 1 – 9:00 am – 10:35 am 

ENR2 Rm. S225: Eurasian States in Change, Chaos, and Conflict:

ENR2 Rm. S215: The Stuff of History: Studies on Material Culture:

Session 2 – 10:45 am – 12:05 pm 

ENR2 Rm. S225: Identity Formation and Politics: Community, Gender, and Human Rights:  

ENR2 Rm. S215: The Power of Memory: Texts, Transformation, and Trauma:

Session 3 – 1:00 pm – 2:35 pm

ENR2 Rm. S215: Dying for Change: Public Health and Western Science in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries:

ENR2 Rm. S225: Resistance, Resilience, and Recognition: Indigenous Responses to Imperialism and Colonialism:

ENR2 Rm. S107: Moving Bodies: Placement, Replacement, and Displacement:

Session 4 – 2:45 pm – 4:05 pm  

ENR2 Rm. S215: Extraction, Empire, and the Environment:

ENR2 Rm. S107: Playing with Texts: Philosophy, Theory, and Interpretation:

ENR2 Rm. S225: Tailored Views: Education, Propaganda, and History:


4:10 PM - 5:00 PM
ENR2 Rm. N595: Deploying the Historical Discourses of Eco-Feminism and Toxic Masculinity: