WHAT PROTOCOLS DO WE WANT AND NEED FOR REMAKING THE WORLD ? Join the Vera List Center for Art & Politics, online, for Seminar 5: Protocols of Revolutionary Feminisms to Re/make the World ~ 3:00 pm EST ( = 21:00 pm CET ) on International Women's Day: March 8, 2021
For International Women’s Day, the fifth As for Protocols seminar explores the theme of revolutionary feminisms, and the multi-scalar and trans-historical practices they embody. In doing so, we examine what protocols we want and need for remaking the world, especially in the context of social reproduction, gendered labor, care and kinship, solidarity, and internationalism. We pay special attention to how revolutionary feminist protocols work across space and time through political education, forms of organizing, movement history, gender representation, and collaborative creativity. The seminar is convened with New School faculty Ujju Aggarwal, Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Experiential Learning, Schools of Public Engagement, and Laura Y. Liu, Associate Professor of Global Studies and Geography, Eugene Lang College. Together, Aggarwal and Liu also run Praxis Tank, a working group housed within Global Studies at The New School, dedicated to elevating knowledge born from freedom struggles; and the practices, pedagogies, and experiments that advance collective transformation and movements for liberation.
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Loira Limbal, director, producer, Senior Vice President for Programs, Firelight Media
Nadine Naber, Professor, Gender and Women’s Studies and Global Asian Studies, University of Illinois at Chicago
Paula X. Rojas, Community Equity Strategy Consultant, The University of Texas at Austin, Dell Medical School
Robyn Spencer, historian, Associate Professor, History, CUNY, Lehman College
This seminar is presented in partnership with Praxis Tank and supported, in part, by the Barbara Jordan Lectures: The State of Democracy fund.