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2nd Sth Sth Critical Philosophy of Race & Decoloniality Symposium - UNE - 26-27 Nov

une-logo2nd Sth Sth Critical Philosophy of Race & Decoloniality Symposium 

26 -27 November 2019

Transgression, Freedom and Sovereignty of Knowledge

Keynote Speaker: Nelson Maldonado-Torres (Rutgers University) https://latcar.rutgers.edu/people/core-faculty/52-nelson-maldonado-torres

 

Abstract Submissions by July 15 2019: 150-200 words & brief bio:

ddavis22@une.edu.au

Registration: Waged $150 Unwaged/student/retired $50

https://une.onestopsecure.com/onestopweb/PoRS

 

Contact: indigenousresearch@une.edu.au

Conveners: ddavis & Eliza Kent

 

The symposium will be held at:

University of New England Anaiwan Country 
Armidale NSW Australia 
https://www.une.edu.au

 

An Indigenous Art Exhibition and artists talks will also sit with the symposium.

I hope you are able to submit an abstract and attend. Selected papers from the symposium will be published in a reputable, blind reviewed journal. 

 

Best,

danielle davis & Eliza Kent

https://www.rowmaninternational.com/book/black_existentialism/3-156-b8f538c6-3ab3-4f8e-97d1-ecebfa4d8c8f

http://www.socialalternatives.com/issues/old-order-dying-new-one-cannot-be-born-exploring-new-social-and-political-terrains-trying-tim

 

Symposium Background

This meeting brings together an international group of scholars interested in philosophy of race and decoloniality of thought and the disciplines in which we practice. Given the relative lack of diversity and dominance of western centric thought in our disciplines, particularly philosophy, we hope that this collective will agitate for genuinely Indigenised and decolonised spaces, epistemic disobedience and the plurality toward the explanation of the human condition. In the words of the Caribbean Philosophical Association, we move also to ‘shift the geography of reason’. Here we seek not to deride western thought, rather to include all thought systems as knowledge systems to be valued, critiqued and transgressed when needed.

 

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