Posts by: RPN

 

On Disrupting the Politics of Division – Building Accountable Communities

June 19

Chris Pearson (Seattle Activist) & Samantha Fredman (University of Washington) in conversation on Disrupting the Politics of Division – Building...

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May 17

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On Race, Food Justice and Ubuntu in (post) Apartheid South Africa

May 17

Mvuselelo Ngcoya (University of KwaZulu-Natal) & Danford Chibvongodze (University of KwaZulu-Natal) in conversation on Race, Food Justice, and Ubuntu...

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On Relational Place, Public Pedagogies and Quiet Politics

April 9

Katherine Hankins (Georgia State University) and Sam Nowak (UCLA) in conversation on relational place, public pedagogies and quiet politics.

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On Collaborative Art Praxis to Challenge Homelessness

March 21

Michele Lancione (University of Sheffield), Rhoda Rosen (School of the Art Institute in Chicago) and Billy McGuinness (Museum of Contemporary Art...

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On Solidarity and Inclusion in Argentina: resisting neoliberal populism

February 20

Mónica Farías (CONICET) y Gabriel Vommaro (CONICET) charlando sobre la solidaridad y la inclusión en Argentina: Resistiendo el populismo neoliberal

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On Relationality as Constellation: a conversation on decolonization and liberation

January 24

Michelle Daigle (University of British Columbia - Vancouver) and Magie Ramírez (Stanford University) discuss liberation, decolonial futures, and...

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Epigenetics and Politics in the Colonial Present

January 22

Author: Karen Bridget Murray, Department of Politics York University This article draws attention to the importance of including the colonial...

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On Racialized Segregation under Neoliberalism: Political Action and the Promise of Collective Futures

December 7

Anne Bonds and Sanford Schram in a wide-ranging conversation on racial and economic segregation under neoliberalism, relationality and solidarity in...

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