Anticolonial Interdisciplinarity: A Roundtable on Law and Humanities in the Global South

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Date
Fri June 3rd 2022, 10:00 - 11:00am
Event Sponsor
Stanford Global Studies
Stanford Humanities Center

Law and Literature in the Global South aims to broaden the horizons of the Law and Humanities critical paradigm through a series of workshops, under the auspices of Stanford Global Studies.

We are excited to present a roundtable on Anticolonial Interdisciplinarity on Friday, June 3 at 10 am PDT via Zoom featuring:

Susana Draper, Princeton University
Samera Esmeir, UC Berkeley
Horacio Legrás, UC Irvine
Nicosia Shakes, UC Merced
Joseph R. Slaughter, Columbia University
Rafi Youatt, The New School for Social Research

A word on the topic: The Stanford Humanities Center is hosting Adom Getachew on June 2, 2022, whose Worldmaking after Empire inspired this conversation around the heuristic we term “anticolonial interdisciplinarity.” Broadly, the gist of this invitation is to reimagine the disciplines and their interrelation in ways that do not replicate colonial forms of thinking. As with previous events in the workshop, the tone will be conversational. We welcome your participation!

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