- Date: Wednesday, February 10th, 20212021-02-10
- Time: 11:00am
- Location: ZoomZoom
Drawing on black feminist practices, this talk extends ideas of freedom beyond binaries of resistance and reticence, beyond oppositional relationships of being either fugitive or free to consider what nonbinary imaginations of freedom were born of those who chose to inhabit the hold of slavery otherwise. What do they teach us about the bounds of abolition?
Sponsored by WKU Gender & Women Studies & Berea College
Contact: Me'Lon Craighead | WKU ISEC | firstname.lastname@example.org