Mon, Feb 15 | Webinar

Racial capitalism and geological violence in the wake of the plantation

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Time & Location

Feb 15, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM EST

About the Event


Deborah A. Thomas (University of Pennsylvania) and Kathryn Yusoff (Queen Mary, University of London) explore topics ranging from long memories, histories, and the environmental impact of racial capitalism.

Through this conversation, the two will think through the geopolitics of the plantation, Witnessing 2.0, the demands of ‘doubt,’ and the inhumanities and Black Anthropocenes within Caribbean and Black diasporic contexts and post/colonial time-spaces.

A co-presentation of the Colonial, Racial, and Indigenous Ecologies (CRIE) Working Group at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Society and Culture (CISSC) in conjunction with the Critical Anthropocene Working Group (CARG) at the Milieux Institute.

Co-moderators: Jill Didur (Department of English) and Kregg Hetherington (Department of Sociology and Anthropology).

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