Round table panel attempts to answer:
How do post-colonialism and de-colonialism help us think through our current political moment?
How have these two approaches addressed, or failed to address, Islam and the Middle East?
How can they inform our current discussions about immigration?
What methods do post-colonialism and de-colonialism offer for scholarship and activism during this time?
How do they respond to the rise of the global right?
Lisa Armstrong, Study of Women & Gender-Smith College
Laura Briggs, Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies-UMass
Ellen Correa, Office of Civic Engagement and Service Learning-UMass
Claudia de Lima Costa, Vernacular Language and Literature-UFSC, Brasil
Isabel Espinal, W. E. B. DuBois Library-UMass
Jennifer Hamilton, Legal Studies and Anthropology-Hampshire College
Asha Nadkarni, English-UMass
Banu Subramaniam, Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies-UMass
CLACLS Embodying Coalitions Research Working Group Organizers:
Kiran Asher, Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies-UMass
Kimberlee Pérez, Communication-UMass
Kristie Soares, Languages, Literatures, and Cultures-UMass