Call for Webinar Registration: Speculative Fictions for Decolonial Futures

Speculative Fictions for Decolonial Futures with Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay & Jane AlberdeYou are invited to the last talk in the Landscapes of Injustice, Landscapes of Repair Series on speculative fictions for decolonial futures with Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay (UiO) & Jane Alberdeston (SUNY Binghamton). The event will be introduced by Alexandra Moore (HRI, Binghamton), and moderated by Hanna Musiol and Ysabel Muñoz (Narrating Sustainability & Envirocen, NTNU).

Welcome and introduction by Alexandra Moore (HRI), Hanna Musiol, and Ysabel Munoz

Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay, “The ‘Co’ in CoFutures” 

Jane Alberdeston, “Navigating a Speculative Universe: A Reading from Colony 51”

Q&A with the panelists and the public.

The event is co-organized by the Human Rights Institute and Citizenship, Rights and Cultural Belonging TAE (Binghamton University), and Narrating Sustainability & Envirocen, NTNU (Norway). It is co-sponsored by the Sustainable Communities TAE (Binghamton University). The webinar is open and free to all.

Apr 21, 2023 04:00 PM in Paris

For details on the webinar, please see here

Image credit: Gold Mining, Amazon Peru, 2016, by Aida Miron. Digital Print, thread on linen, 124 x 124 cm.


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