[WSMDiscuss] Ambedkar Initiative(Spring 2021 Web Series)- Understanding Systemic Racism- Art and Politics
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Sat Feb 27 18:46:06 CET 2021
Greetings!Please click on the link mentioned below to watch series of lectures organizedby Ambedkar Initiative, Columbia University, New York.
These arequite interesting lecture series which covers discourses and narrativesthat defines the Dalit's lived experiences and their struggle foremancipation.
Do pass iton to others in your circle/network.
Ambedkar Initiative (Spring 2021 web series) - UnderstandingSystemic Racism: Art and Politics
Thursday, February 4: “Passing and Personhood: DalitWritings on Caste Concealment.”
Joel Lee (Williams College) and K. Satyanarayana(CIEFL, Hyderabad) moderated by Balmurli Natarajan (WPUNJ)
Thursday,February 11: “Ambedkarite Aesthetics and Contemporary Art Practice”
Yashadatta Alone (JNU) and Prabhakar Kamble (Mumbai-based artist and curator) moderatedby Anupama Rao, ICLS Associate Director
Thursday,February 18: “The Dalit Panthers and Literary Insurgence” SurajYengde (Harvard University) and Yogesh Maitreya (Panther’s Paw Publication) moderatedby Anupama Rao, Barnard College
Thursday, February25: “The Role of the Radical Writer”
Meena Kandasamy (writer and activist) moderated by Dhanya Addanki (writer andarchivist)
Thursday,March 11: 10-11:45AM EST [REGISTERHERE]
“Between Radical Promise and Despair: Dalit Literature and Movement inKarnataka”
Devanoora Mahadeva (writer) and Prithvi ChandraShobhi (KREA University)
Tuesday, March 23: 6:00PM-8:00PM EST [RegisterHere]
Medical Humanities and Pandemic Urbanisms keynote lecture
The Future Repeats Itself: Historical Roots of Anti-Chinese Animus in the time of COVID
Ari Larissa Heinrich (Australian National University)with a response from Eugenia Lean (EALAC, Columbia University) moderatedby Lydia H. Liu, ICLS Director
Co-sponsored by the Weatherhead East Asian Institute
TheAmbedkar lecture series is cosponsored by the Office of EVP of Arts andSciences; Barnard Provost’s Office; Office of the Deans of Humanities andSocial Sciences; IRAAS; AAADS; IRCPL; MESAAS; CSER; Columbia Committeeon Global Thought; CU Libraries; and CU Press
Watch the archive of the Fall 2020 web series here.
My final words of advice to you are educate, agitate and organize; have faith in yourself. With justice on our side I do not see how we can lose our battle. The battle to me is a matter of joy. The battle is in the fullest sense spiritual. There is nothing material or social in it. For ours is a battle not for wealth or for power. It is battle for freedom. It is the battle of reclamation of human personality.
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