However the international order is characterized, it is clear that various forms of internationalism are in distress. These are at work both in producing violent conflagration and in generating moving populations across the globe (migrant labor, refugees, asylum seekers, exiles, emigres, etc.). How, then, can internationalism be thought and articulated anew? How can it productively and creatively address various modes of encounter and representation? How can it build on radical genealogies of international solidarity in ways that interlink vital discussions of borders and walls with the systemic relations of racial capitalism and its spatial fixes in the current conjuncture? How do migrations mediate mobilizations as political possibility? Do revolutionary/decolonial reconfigurations of people in/against territories represent the new horizon of internationalism? How does culture, for instance, mediate the complex parameters of space, place, and the movements between both to fathom contemporary crises and to enable a positive knowledge of their solution?
Join us at The People’s Forum for Day 2 of our conference. Click Here for information on Day 1. This event is free and open to the public.
9:45 AM: Welcome
10:00 AM-12:30 PM: Panel 4. Mobilizations
Laura Y. Liu (The New School), Ana Naomi de Sousa (Filmmaker, London), Christina Heatherton (Barnard College), and Sónia Vaz Borges (CPCP). Chaired By Mary Taylor.
12:30-2:30 Lunch Break.
2:30-4:00 PM Closing Keynote
Vijay Prashad (Tricontinental) in conversation with all of us. Chaired by Mamyrah Dougé- Prosper (IRADAC and CPCP).
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Organized by the Center for Place, Culture and Politics at the Graduate Center, CUNY. Cosponsored by The Center for the Humanities, the Advanced Research Collaborative, the Committee on Globalization and Social Change, The American Studies Certificate Program, and the Institute for Research on the African Diaspora in the Americas and the Caribbean, and Department of Anthropology at the Graduate Center, CUNY; and The People’s Forum.
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