This series offers the community at William & Mary to learn from, interact with, and collaborate with academics, artist, musicians, performers, journalists, intellectuals, activists, public figures and community organizers. We invite people, locally, nationally, and internationally, doing work on decoloniality in a myriad of different ways.
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Eurocentrism, Knowledge Making and Decolonial Dialogue
Linda Martín Alcoff (Hunter, CUNY) and Carlos Rivera Santana (Hispanic Studies, W&M)
Thursday March 11 3:30-5pm:
Open to Public
“Searching for Anna May Wong,” traces the journey of actor Natasha Tina Liu, who raises the question, “If trailblazing Anna May Wong were still alive today, would she still face the same racism and challenges she experienced during her time in Hollywood?”
Poetry That Re/Decenters with Poets:
Juana Iris Goergen (Puerto Rico), Azad Ashim Sharma (UK), & Oscar Guardiola-Rivera (Colombia) read their poetry.
Moderated by Prof. Emily Wilcox (Chinese) with translation by Prof. Silvia Tandeciarz (Hispanic Studies).
Thursday April 29 3:30-5pm:
What Is To Be Done: Land Back
Faculty Discussion, Zoom.
Open to Faculty (Students welcome but must contact Prof. Stephen Sheehi)