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Of Decolonial Refusal and Abolitionist Misandry

Modified: May 2, 2016
Tiffany King

The Colloquium on Indigeneity and Native American Studies (CINAS) welcomes you to attend a public talk by Tiffany King (Georgia State) titled “Of Decolonial Refusal and Abolitionist Misandry.” Thursday, May 5, 5:00 pm, Harris Hall 108. King will explore the following questions in her talk: What kinds of pressures do the traditions of “decolonial refusal” and “abolitionist misandry” that emerge from Native/Indigenous and Black Studies bring to bear on western non-representational (subjectless and non-identitarian) theories? What do decolonial and abolitionist theories and praxes reveal about the limits of contemporary non-identitarian and non-representational impulses within white “critical” theory? Does “decolonial refusal” and “abolitionist misandry” call forth new and or different modes of engagement that effectively change our comportment, tone, affect and way of being in the academy? 

Prior to her talk CINAS is sponsoring an informal coffee hour with Professor King open to the public from 3:00-4:30 pm at 1819 Hinman Room 103. For more information email CINAS.

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