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'The X of England': Race, Diaspora, and Violence

Created: May 11, 2018

The Colloquium on Ethnicity and Diaspora (CED) presents 'The X of England': Race, Diaspora, and Violence — a talk by Dr. David Marriott (University of California, Santa Cruz) with Tyrone S. Palmer as discussant.

The event will take place on Monday, May 14, 2018 in the Program of African Studies Seminar Room, 620 Library Place, Evanston, at 5 PM. Refreshments will be served.

This year the Colloquium on Ethnicity and Diaspora (CED) focuses on the multiple modes of being entangled. The theme attends to global genealogies of colonial conquest, racial slavery, racial capitalism, and binaries of gender and sexuality which converge to maintain empire. The task is to assess entanglement and its correlates, such as intersection(ality), coalition, assemblage, inter/intra-action, and (un)relation. Entanglement also reveals how the past is tied together with the present and the future. Ultimately, the program aims to complicate the lines often drawn between violence and pleasure, resistance and passivity, bodies and technology, as well as embodied experience and structural position – highlighting these binaries as not always discreet, but rather as entangled.

Co-sponsored by: Department of African American Studies, Alice Kaplan Institute for the Humanities, Department of Anthropology, Department of Art History, Buffett Institute for Global Studies, Comparative Literary Studies Program, Department of Communication Studies, Critical Theory Cluster, Department of English, Department of French and Italian, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program, The Graduate School’s Mellon Cluster Programming Catalyst Grant, Department of History, Latina & Latino Studies Program, Department of Performance Studies, Poetry and Poetics Cluster, Department of Radio/Television/Film, Department of Religious Studies, Science in Human Culture Program, & Screen Cultures Program.

Professional Development, Humanities