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Representations of intergenerational trauma and anti-Blackness and the uses of history in media through the lens of the television series WATCHMEN.

Jeremiah Chin is an Assistant Professor of Law at St. Thomas University in Miami, Florida, where he teaches Civil Procedure and Constitutional Law. He received his J.D. from the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law and his Ph.D. in Justice Studies from Arizona State University in 2017. Jeremiah served as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Center for Indian Education at Arizona State University, studying the intersections of race, law, and indigeneity, while creating programs to increase access for Indigenous students in graduate education. His research emphasizes the connections between race and indigeneity in law and social sciences, particularly through scientific evidence, the school-prison pipeline, and questions of U.S. and Indigenous citizenship. Most importantly, Jeremiah is a husband, father, avid science fiction fan, comic book reader, film and TV watcher, originally from Salt Lake City, Utah. 




Kaitlyn Greenidge is the author of We Love You, Charlie Freeman and Liberite. We Love You, Charlie Freeman was one of the New York Times Critics' Top 10 Books of 2016. Her writing has appeared in Vogue, Glamour, the Wall Street Journal,, Buzzfeed, Virginia Quarterly Review, The Believer, American Short Fiction, and elsewhere. She is the recipient of fellowships from the Whiting Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, among others. She was a contributing editor for LENNY Letter and is currently a contributing writer for The New York Times.