Interested in convivial research methods? Or how (un)disciplining study shapes the potential for knowledge-making and learning within the neoliberal university? Come join us for this event as panelists draw on decolonial thinking, black feminisms, and abolition scholarship to underscore the irony in conviviality and its abuse as a colonizing tool. The panelists will share their ideas about conviviality in doing inquiry and interventions in critical anti-violence research. They will also offer examples of insurgent opportunities against coded formations of diversity and intersections of violence at the university and beyond. In pushing possibilities for method-making and counter-expressions are ways toward an otherwise praxis.
Dylan Rodríguez (Center for Ideas & Society, UCR)
Facilitator/Co-Panelist: Korina Jocson (Education, UMass Amherst)
Collaborative for Global Studies and Transformative Education UnderCommons Constellation (UC2)
Cee Carter (Education, UMass Amherst)
Mariam Rashid (Education, UMass Amherst)
Benjamin Scherrer (Education, UMass Amherst)
Critical Anti-Violence Research and Action Working Group (CARA)
Sneha George (Ethnic Studies, UCR)
Romina Garcia (Ethnic Studies, UCR)
Cinthya Martinez (Ethnic Studies, UCR)
Monday, April 11 at 12:00pmVirtual Event
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