Date & Time: 6 to 8pm, 10th April
Location: S118, Paul Webley Wing, Senate House, SOAS
The Feminist and Queer Diaspora Studies working group aims to create a supportive and collaborative pedagogical space to engage with feminist and queer approaches to diaspora studies and diasporic organizing. Join us for our second reading group on Diaspora Space/Mappings & Black Geographies.
We will be discussing three texts:
I Entered the Lists…Diaspora Catalogues: The List, The Unbearable Territory, and Tormented Chronologies—Three Narratives and a Weltanschauung by Katherine McKittrick
The Geographies of Blackness and Anti-Blackness: An Interview with Katherine McKittrick by Peter James Hudson
refuge by Keguro Macharia
If possible, please bring a personal copy of the texts with you (either digitally on phones, laptops, etc. or printed). Participants are encouraged to have passages in mind from the readings to share and collectively unpack in the discussion.
This event is open to all.
This event is open to all. Please email Abeera Khan firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries.
The building and room are wheelchair accessible. There are wheelchair accessible toilets throughout the building, including the first floor where the room is located. There are gender neutral toilets in the lower level of the building.
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