Queer Survival Economies: Invisible Lives, Targeted Bodies

Panel discussion featuring Kate D’Adamo, Hamid Khan, and Ola Osaze, moderated by Amber Hollibaugh at The Scholar & Feminist 41: Sustainabilities.

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criminalization, economic justice, immigration, labor, LGBTQ, queer

Scholar and Feminist Online: 13.2
Spring 2016

Navigating Neoliberalism in the Academy, Nonprofits, and Beyond

Soniya Munshi and Craig Willse

This issue of S&F Online looks at the nonprofit and the university as two key sites in which neoliberal social and economic formations are constituted and contested. Emerging out of a 2009 meeting at the American Studies Association Annual Meeting convened by Munshi and Willse and drawing on the theoretical and historical models articulated by INCITE! Women, Gender Non-conforming, and Trans People of Color Against Violence, the collection asks: What are the possibilities for transformative politics given the capacity of neoliberal capital to incorporate, absorb and/or neutralize demands for social justice?

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academy, activism, economic justice, education, gender, immigration, intersectionality, labor, policy, politics, prisons, queer, race

BCRW, 101 Barnard Hall
Apr 20, 2016 | 12:00PM

Invisible Lives, Targeted Bodies: Queer Precarity and the Myth of Gay Affluence

Amber Hollibaugh

ABOUT THE EVENT Queer precarity is a reality. As the wealth gap continues to grow, LGBT/Q people struggle with increasing hardships and economic crisis, alongside the majority of working-class and poor Americans. Economic precarity has necessitated new forms of labor organizing, including worker centers and union–community partnerships. But the particular struggles of queer and gender […]

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activism, class, disability, economic justice, gender, labor, policy, politics, queer, race, sexuality

Annette Gordon-Reed – Without Cover of the Law: Writing the History of Enslaved Women

Full-length lecture.

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africana, gender, history, labor, law, race, violence

Event Oval
Mar 24, 2015 | 6:30PM

Without Cover of the Law: Writing the History of Enslaved Women

Annette Gordon-Reed

Drawing on her work about slavery at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, luminary legal historian Annette Gordon-Reed will discuss the way law influences the portrayal of enslaved women and their families. Annette Gordon-Reed is the Carol K. Pforzheimer Professor at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, the Charles Warren Professor of American Legal History at Harvard Law […]

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africana, gender, history, labor, law, race, violence

Barnard College
Feb 28, 2015 | 6:00PM

Action on Education

REGISTER DESCRIPTION PROGRAM SPEAKERS Description—#sfedu Speakers include Ujju Aggarwal, Lalaie Ameeriar, Abigail Boggs, The Black Youth Project, Nuala Cabral, Natalia Cecire, Jaz Choi, Tressie McMillan Cottom, Kandice Chuh, Antonia Darder, Dána-Ain Davis, Ejeris Dixon, Tadashi Dozono, Melanie Duch, Rod Ferguson, Cindy Gao, Jamaica Gilmer, Dana Goldstein, Che Gossett, Karen Gregory, Zareena Grewal, Ileana Jiménez, Shenila […]

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academy, activism, class, disability, education, gender, labor, race, scholar & feminist

Ai-jen Poo: Justice in the Home Keynote

Keynote from Ai-jen Poo at Justice in the Home conference.

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activism, domestic work, gender, labor, transnational

Domestic Worker Organizing: Historical Context and Current Strategies: Justice in the Home Panel #4

Panel from Justice in the Home featuring Janice Fine, Fish Ip, Andrea Cristina Mercado, Premilla Nadasen, chaired by Claire Hobden.

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activism, domestic work, gender, labor, transnational

Labor Migration and the Transnational Demand for Domestic Labor: Justice in the Home Panel #3

Panel from Justice in the Home featuring Tamara Mose, Rhacel Parreñas, Saskia Sassen, Martina Vandenberg, chaired by Grace Chang.

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activism, domestic work, gender, labor, transnational

Evolutions of Household Labor: Justice in the Home Panel #2

Panel from Justice in the Home featuring Eva Kittay, Jennifer Klein, Cecilia Rio, Peggie Smith, chaired by Nik Theodore.

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activism, domestic work, gender, labor, transnational

Domestic Work and Domestic Workers: Justice in the Home Opening Panel

Opening from Justice in the Home featuring Eileen Boris, Elizabeth Clark-Lewis, Evelyn Nakano Glenn, Tera Hunter, and Mary Romero, chaired by Linda Burnham.

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activism, domestic work, gender, labor, transnational

Tina Campt: Black Feminist Futures and the Practice of Fugitivity

Full-length video of Tina Campt's lecture, "Black Feminist Futures and the Practice of Fugitivity."

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africana, gender, history, labor, photography, race