The Colonial, the Postcolonial and the Decolonial

Academic Year: 
2019 to 2020
Facilitator(s): 

Melissa Free, Assistant Professor, Department of English

Isaac Joslin, Assistant Professor, School of International Letters and Cultures

The Colonial, the Postcolonial and the Decolonial research cluster aims to facilitate the exchange of ideas and production of research across historical, ideological, cultural, material, geographical and epistemological dimensions. Participation is welcome to those interested in all sites and forms of colonial conquest, resistance, complicity and aftermaths. Monthly meetings will be organized around a topic or question selected and led by two or more participants, conduct one ore more virtual colloquia with members of similar clusters at other sites and host a public event that will contribute to the creation of more inclusive, just, and sustainable futures.

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