|Ontology of Betrayal*: A conversation on Politics, Theory, Antiblackness, Gender and FreedomFrank B. Wilderson, III, Selamawit D. Terrefe, and Joy JamesNovember 15 Tuesday, 6:00pm | Online|
|Frank B. Wilderson, III, an award-winning writer, poet, scholar, activist and Chancellor Professor at UC-Irvine, worked with the ANC during the apartheid era. Selamawit D. Terrefe, Assistant Professor in English at Tulane Univ., and Mellon Just Futures Fellow and visiting faculty at Williams College, specializes in Global Black Studies, Gender/Sexuality, Psychoanalysis, Continental Philosophy and Critical Theory. Joy James, political philosopher and author, is Ebenezer Fitch Professor of Humanities at Williams College.|
*The concept for this discussion sponsored by the Williams Just Futures Mellon Project and the Oakley Center originated with Black doctoral students/postdocs immersed in the possibilities of organizing and resistance against repression.
November 3-5, 2022 Dartmouth College, Hanover [In-Person & Virtual]
Registration Deadline: None Specified
The hybrid event will be held from November 3-5, 2022 at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH for those attending in-person and on Zoom for those attending virtually. Contact email@example.com with any questions.
Public Spaces, Private Places: Constructing Race and Liberation [Interdisciplinary Conference on Race]
November 4 to 5, 2022 [Online]
Registration Date: None Specified Yet
The Monmouth University race conference was founded in 2008 by Dr.
Julius Adekunle and Dr. Hettie V. Williams. This conference has
brought together scholars from more than fifteen U.S. states, four
continents, and twelve nations. Robin D.G. Kelley, Tera Hunter,
Jonathan Holloway, and William Sturkey have all previously served as
keynote speakers for this event. This year, marquee speakers will
include: Amy Banks and Isaac Knapper, authors of Fighting Time, and
Darnell Moore, thought leader and author of No Ashes in the Fire.
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Women & War: Feminist Approaches to War and Violence
Departments of Philosophy and Global Studies, Temple University
November 11 to 12, 2022 [in person and online]
Registration Deadline: None Specified as of 8/30.
The philosophical discourse around questions of war has tended to approach war from the perspective of states, political leaders, and soldiers. These perspectives are often treated as objective, universal, or neutral points of view. However, given the reality of gender inequality in the social, political, and legal spheres, these “objective” perspectives have tended to focus our attention on the experiences and concerns of men. What has been kept hidden from view are the unique ways in which war affects women. This conference seeks to challenge the dominant frameworks of war by bringing to the fore feminist and other alternative approaches (e.g., critical race, queer theoretic, decolonial) to questions of war. There is no conference fee, but registration is required. Register here.
15th Biennial Conference – Radical Philosophy Association
November 17-19, 2022, Jacksonville, Florida
Registeration Deadline: Pre-register by October 10. Final deadline November 10.
The past several years have been characterized by an onslaught of crises and catastrophes: a global pandemic, a continual lethal battle against racism, dramatic weather patterns and forest fires, and the culmination of an imperial tug-of-war between NATO and Russia. We have a lot to critique, from neglectful and exclusionary healthcare policies to inequitable and gendered care burdens to systemic racism to industrial perpetrators of climate change and the entanglement of all this with the profit motive of capitalism and colonial logic. But along with our critiques, we are inspired to build anew as we divest from systems and structures that enforce injustice. Click here to register.
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