Black Life in the Wake and the Making of Otherwise Projects – CDTS
As part of a 2023-2024 Andrew Mellon Sawyer Seminar titled “Evasion: Thinking the Underside of Surveillance” the Centre for Diasporic and Transnational Studies invite you to attend “Black Life in the Wake and the Making of Otherwise Projects” with Christina Sharpe and Dionne Brand on November 16 at the Fleck Dance Theatre.
This discussion hosted by Kamari Clarke, Distinguished Professor of Transnational Justice & Sociolegal Studies at University of Toronto, will raise questions around surveillance and carceral capitalism, rethinking structures of power, and spaces of transformation that can move us towards new possibilities.
This event is from 7:00 – 9:00pm with reception to follow. It is a free event, however registration is required for entrance.
This event is co-sponsored by the Black Research Network.
Learn more about the speakers.