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International Solidarity and World Literature

UCLA Los Angeles, United States

March 2018, seminar at the American Comparative Literature Association Seminar, Los Angeles Convener: Anna Bernard, King's College London Presentations: “‘No One Could Understand Us from So Far Away’: World Literature as International Solidarity,” Anthony Alessandrini, City University of New York “The Languages of Socialist Feminist Internationalism in 1930s Shanghai and Berlin,” Anup Grewal, University of […]

International Solidarity in History, Theory, and Practice

CUNY Graduate Center 365 5th Ave, New York, NY, United States

February 14-15, 2019 workshop at CUNY Grad Center, New York City Keynote Roundtable: featuring J. Kēhaulani Kauanui (Wesleyan University), Jasbir Puar (Rutgers University), Radhika Sainath (Palestine Legal), and Robyn Spencer (Lehman College & CUNY Graduate Center). Moderated by Jessica Stites Mor (University of British Columbia). Two-day workshop schedule and Poster

Solidarity, Failure, and the Role of the Critic

Georgetown University 3700 O St NW, Washington, D.C., United States

March 7-10, 2019 seminar at the American Comparative Literature Association Convention, Georgetown University, Washington DC Conveners: Anthony Alessandrini, City University of New York, and Anna Bernard, King's College London Presentations: “‘Thinking Back to That’: Solidarity and Spectatorship in the Post-Revolutionary Documentary,” Anna Bernard, King's College London “Caveat Lector: Illiteracy Reads Solidarity in Ousmane Sembène’s Early […]

Beyond Borders: Refuge, Asylum and Solidarity

University of Toronto Toronto, Canada

March 13-14, 2019, University of Toronto, St. George’s downtown campus Keynote Roundtable: “Statelessness and Solidarity” – featuring Dalia Muller (SUNY-Buffalo), Molly Todd (Montana State University), and Fernando Camacho Padilla (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid). Moderated by Anthony Alessandrini (City University of New York). Two-day workshop. Virtual Forum/ Working group

Towards a Working Group on Academic Freedom

Birkbeck University London, United Kingdom

Main Building room no: MAL 539 In the context of the expansion of neoliberal, securitarian and far right forces in different corners of the globe, universities are under particular threat. Turkey, Brazil, USA, India, UK, Hungary, Poland… Academics and students everywhere are facing ideological policing, budget cuts, suspension of scholarships, interventions in university autonomy, censorship, […]

Beirut Workshop

NY, United States

We are excited to host an International Solidarity Action Research Network (ISARN) Workshop / Meeting in Beirut, Lebanon in late February. For more information, please email Rough Schedule: Fri, Feb 21st: Reception and introduction. Get to know each other, get acquainted with the program and the project in a relaxed atmosphere. Sat, Feb […]

Anti-Racist Thought and Activism in History

UBC Okanagan

The Public Humanities Hub Okanagan (PHH-O) is pleased to host a virtual speaker series, Anti-Racist Thought and Activism in History. This speaker series addresses how past experiences and historical models of anti-racist activism can continue to give guidance to ongoing thought and anti-racist work. Supported by the UBC Anti-Racism Initiatives Fund, Office of the Provost; […]

III Encuentro Internacional “Dinámicas de las relaciones Sur-Sur”_Internationalisms in Dialogue: Bridging South-South regional knowledges

Program Coordinator: Agustin Cosovschi, École française d’Athènes/UBC Keynote speakers: Roads not Taken and the Intersecting Afterlives of Colonialism and the Cold War Penny von Eschen, University of Virginia, USA The Visual Politics of Anticolonial Solidarity Zeina Maasri, University of Bristol, UK Economic Neo-colonialism and the Arab Spring  Mandana Tishehyar, Universidad Allameh Tabataba’I, Iran Coordinating committee: […]

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