< Events | Friday, March 01, 2024

The Frantz Fanon Symposium

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The Department of Applied Psychology and Human Development celebrates Black History Month with a special event!

This symposium seeks to bring together diverse perspectives and interpretations of Frantz Fanon’s writing and theory. Multidisciplinary forms of Fanonian thought will be addressed, including theories of race, gender, and other forms of sociocultural identities; as well as decolonization and contemporary liberation.

The talk will be followed by a reception and a play reading of “A Wretched Mourning”, a play about the story of Josie and Frantz Fanon (hosted by the UofT, Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies (CDTPS) at Luella Massey Studio Theatre. Written by  Dr. Roy Moodley. Director/ Dramaturgist, Dr. Jill Carter.

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