November 16, 2023

Black Life In The Wake And The Making Of Otherwise Projects

Centre for Diaspora and Transnational Studies University of Toronto

Overview

As part of a 2023-2024 Andrew Mellon Sawyer Seminar titled “Evasion: Thinking the Underside of Surveillance” we invite you to attend “Black Life in the Wake and the Making of Otherwise Projects” with Christina Sharpe, Writer, Professor and Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Black Studies in the Humanities and Dionne Brand, Renowned Poet, Novelist, Essayist, and Editorial Director of Alchemy by Knopf.

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 in collaboration with The Evasion LabMellon FoundationAssociation of Black AnthropologistsBlack Research Network and Another Story Bookshop.

Dates & Times

November 16
7pm – 9pm
9pm – Public Reception

Venue

Fleck Dance Theatre in Queen's Quay Terminal

207 Queens Quay West

3rd Floor

Follow signs and take escalator or elevator

Toronto, ON M5J 1A7
Canada

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