This two-part roundtable seeks to open up new conversations on the ways in which embodied interventions and border-crossings are deeply implicated, even required, in pegaogies that seek to imagine transformative politics by internalizing a rigorous commitment to decoloniality. The proposed panels will ask what it means to denaturalize settler colonial logics by critically exploring dominant vocabularies about power and pedagogy and by troubling normative ideas about embodiment, identity, subjectivity, and agency.
Richa Nagar, University of Minnesota
Sam Bullington, University of Colorado, Boulder
Elora Halim Chowdhury, University of Massachusetts, Boston
Patricia DeRocher, Champlain College
Min Sook Lee, Ontario College of Art and Design University
Omise'eke Natasha Tinsley, University of Texas, Austin