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Department of Sociology Seminar: Thinking Decolonially through an Intersectional Lens

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Professsor Avtar Brah is one of the UK’s most influential theorists of race, gender and diasporic belonging, Professor Brah reflects on her most recent book, Decolonial Imaginings: intersectional conversations and contestations (MIT 2022).

Revisiting the themes of intersectionality, identity, community and struggles over ‘difference’ that inform ‘the politics of connectivity’, Brah’s lecture will bring a feminist decolonial lens to bear on the politics of our time, drawing on decades of direct involvement in feminist movements across the globe.

This talk is part of the Sociology Seminar Series 22-23 series.

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