Emma Merrigan (Hispanic Studies) organized and chaired a conference panel on globalization and disability studies for the 2018 Latin American Studies Association conference in Barcelona. Within that panel, she presented work on assemblages of disability, race, gender, and sexuality in Monkey Hunting, a contemporary novel by Cuban-American author Cristina García. She also co-founded and serves as treasurer for Washington University in St. Louis's Association of Gender Minority and Women Graduate Students (GeMWGS).
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