What productive tensions and differences exist between ontological, epistemological, and material critiques of the (post)colonial? What possibilities are opened up when we place Decoloniality, as an onto-epistemological (and political) project, in conversation with Decolonization, as a reparative project? Collaborating scholars will explore these questions from Native American/Indigenous, Africanist, Third World Marxist, Quantum, Post-human and Political Ecological positions.
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (EST) - Paper Presentations
2 p.m. (EST) - Graduate Research Presentations
Sponsored by the VT Department of Political Science, VT Institute for Policy and Governance, & Community Change Collaborative
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