New Poverty Politics for Changing Times

On Disrupting the Politics of Division – Building Accountable Communities

June 19th, 2019

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

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May 17th, 2019

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

May 17th, 2019

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

On Relational Place, Public Pedagogies and Quiet Politics

April 9th, 2019

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

On Collaborative Art Praxis to Challenge Homelessness

March 21st, 2019

Michele Lancione (University of Sheffield), Rhoda Rosen (School of the Art Institute in Chicago) and Billy McGuinness (Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago) in conversation on challenging communities to engage homelessness through collaborative art praxis.

On Solidarity and Inclusion in Argentina: resisting neoliberal populism

February 20th, 2019

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

On Relationality as Constellation: a conversation on decolonization and liberation

January 24th, 2019

Michelle Daigle (University of British Columbia – Vancouver) and Magie Ramírez (Stanford University) discuss liberation, decolonial futures, and accountable collaborations across racialized communities

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

December 7th, 2018

Anne Bonds and Sanford Schram in a wide-ranging conversation on racial and economic segregation under neoliberalism, relationality and solidarity in response to politics of exclusion, the potentials of the welfare state and collective responses to its limits

On the Institutional Reproduction of Poverty: Race, Criminal Justice and Public Scholarship

November 14th, 2018

Alexes Harris and Victoria Lawson in conversation on the complexities of institutional racism, intersectional oppressions, and how contact with the criminal justice system reproduces impoverishment