Public Seminar Series, Trinity term 2022
'Resistance, Justice, Liberation: Critical Approaches to Knowledge Production on War, Violence and Colonization'
Series convenor: Dr Dilar Dirik, Joyce Pearce Junior Research Fellow
Time and location
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Trinity term seminars
Wednesday 4 May, 3-4pm
The struggle for self-determination and grassroots liberation from neocolonial NGO-ism: perspectives from Kenya
Grassroots Liberation group (Kenya) and Dr Thomas Jeffrey Miley (University of Cambridge)
Wednesday 11 May, 5-6pm
A materialist account of patriarchy under the post-colonial state
Mohammed Elnaiem (University of Cambridge)
Friday 20 May, 5-6pm
Fascism is not dead: violence of Hindu nationalism in India and the possibilities of resistance
Professor Dibyesh Anand (University of Westminster)
Tuesday 24 May, 5-6pm
The struggle for peace by LGBTI+ and women’s organisations in Turkey
Nisan Alıcı (Ulster University) and Güneş Daşlı (Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena)
Wednesday 8 June, 5-6pm
Writing and researching Palestine: reflections on positionality and decoloniality
Dr Yara Hawari (Al-Shabaka)
Monday 13 June, 5-6pm
Dr Ayça Çubukçu (London School of Economics and Political Science)