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Rehearsals: In Critical Race Studies (A Prepublication Workshop Series)

Pre-publication book workshop: Death's Futurity: The visual life of black power  | A discussion with author sampada aranke

November 16, 2020
Virtual via Zoom

Chaired by Huey Copeland (BFC Presidential Associate Professor, University of Pennsylvania).
Featured comments from graduate students Harrison Graves (English, African American Studies, Critical Theory), æryka hollis o’neil (African American Studies, Documentary Media MFA program, Critical Theory) and Jordan Mulkey (African American Studies, Critical Theory). Response by Alexander Weheliye (Professor, African American Studies, Northwestern).

CO-SPONSORED by WEINBERG COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES DEAN'S COLLECTIVE FUND FOR CRITICAL RACE STUDIES and BLACK ARTS CONSORTIUM

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Black mythologies: Race, culture, and the practice of utopia with william paris (Postdoctoral weinberg fellow, Philosophy, Northwestern)

Organized and Chaired by José Medina (Professor, Philosophy, Northwestern)

March 5, 2020
Kresge Hall 2-351
Kaplan Seminar Room

CO-SPONSORED by WEINBERG COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES DEAN'S COLLECTIVE FUND FOR CRITICAL RACE STUDIES

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Black Rehearsal: Graduate Workshop on New Writing with Fred Moten (NYU) and Stefano Harney (Singapore Management University)

Organized and Chaired by Fumi Okiji (Black Arts Postdoctoral Fellow, Departments of Performance Studies and African American Studies)

November 7, 2017
620 Library Place, African Studies Seminar Room

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CO-SPONSORED by WEINBERG COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES DEAN'S COLLECTIVE FUND FOR CRITICAL RACE STUDIES

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Politics in the Souls of Black Folk | Chike Jeffers, Philosophy, Dalhouse University

May 17, 2017
Kresge Hall 1515

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Revisiting Adorno and Black Expression

Fumi Okiji (Black Arts Postdoctoral Fellow, Performance Studies and African American Studies), in conversation with Alex Weheliye (Professor, African American Studies) and Anna Parkinson (Associate Professor, German)

February 7, 2017
Kresge Hall, 5-531

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