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Workshop: Yasmeen Daifallah (UCSC)

March 11, 2021 | 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

 

Title: “Preparing Revolutionaries and Reforming Reformers: “Abdullah Laroui’s Critique of Colonized Subjectivity”

What does it take to cultivate revolutionary subjects in postcolonial time? When decolonial struggles are all said and done, and the dust settles on a profoundly reshaped social, economic, political, and epistemic landscape in their wake, what kinds of intellectual and political labor are required to undo colonized subjectivities and to gradually and systematically produce decolonized ones in their stead?

Event Link. Email: griffin.orlando@duke.edu for paper.

 

Sponsored by Duke Department of Political Science.

 

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March 11, 2021
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