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Reflection on Dispossession Critical feminisms

Reflections on Dispossession Event
Avery Gordon and Patricia Tuitt

Date: 24 October 2014Time: 10:00 AM

Finishes: 25 October 2014Time: 6:00 PM

Venue: Senate HouseRoom: Senate and Court Room

Type of Event: Symposium

This two-day symposium explores the relationship between the material, cultural, psychic and symbolic dimensions and effects of dispossession. Building on a range of critical feminisms, the papers, collective discussions and keynote addresses will take forward and build on the rich and dynamic traditions of black, indigenous and post-colonial feminisms, queer theory and materialist feminisms. Themes include: migrant women workers and European nationalism; indigenous dispossession of land, labour and status in Canada, Hawai’i, and Palestine; sexual subjects and propriety; affect, emotion and the production of racial subjects; and much more…

Presenters and Interlocutors

Rafeef Ziadah, Sara Farris,
Denise Ferreira da Silva, Davina Bhandar,
Alyosha Goldstein, Nirmal Puwar,
Eddie Bruce-Jones, Jon Goldberg-Hiller,
Jordana Rosenberg, Brenna Bhandar,
Nadine El-Enany, Leena Kumarappan,
Sarah Lamble, Feyzi Ismail, Charmane Elliot,
Letitia Sabsay and others.

Registration essential

Waged 2 day ticket £30 (lunch included on 24th)
SOAS Staff, students and activists free
Book now at store.soas.ac.uk