In the twentieth century, anti-colonial and anti-racist movements in Asia, Africa, and the Americas appeared to be radically remaking the modern world. Yet the creation of new and politically independent nation-states was only one stage of decolonisation. The configuration of global power is still unequal. The ways in which we think and engage in the world continue to be marked by what one can call a colonial past and present. Yet alternative possibilities have been and are being proposed.
Virtual Conference, 5th and 6th May 2021
CfA: The Holocaust and Asia: Refugees, Memory, and Material Culture
Monday, March 28–Wednesday, April 6, 2022
Application deadline: Monday, February 1, 2021
Join the South Asia Studies Collective at Dartmouth College this Thursday (Dec. 3) for the next event in our Conversations on South Asia virtual lecture series.
Radical Movements: Towards a World History
Series editor, Craig Phelan
I'm looking for a panelist for SHAFR. Here is the call for proposals: https://shafr.org/conferences/annual/2021-CFP
It's a quick turn around, but if you're interested, please let me know. I'm a professor of History at LaGuardia Community College, CUNY.
Beginning of panel abstract: US Carceral Colonialisms:
CULTURE, THINGS, AND EMPIRE: VIRTUAL SEMINAR SERIES ONE
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December 2020 – May 2021
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