Seeing Beyond the Veil: Race-ing Key Concepts in Political Theory (Day 2 of 2)

How does work on race push us to reformulate or abandon established concepts in political theory? Participants in this conference draw on the archive of black political thought to make powerful interventions in how we think about key philosophical …

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How does work on race push us to reformulate or abandon established concepts in political theory? Participants in this conference draw on the archive of black political thought to make powerful interventions in how we think about key philosophical concepts such as justice, freedom, and democracy and challenge us to think them anew.

All presentations are free and open to the public. Please feel free to attend all or part of the conference.

Presented by the Department of Political Science, Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America, and the Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women at Brown University.

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9:15 AM “Freedom”

Presentations by Neil Roberts, Williams College and Jasmine Syedullah, Vassar. Chaired by Andre Willis, Brown University.

10:45 AM “Race and Dissent”

Presentations by Candice Delmas, Northeastern University and Erin Pineda, Smith College. Chaired by Alex Gourevitch, Brown University.

2:00 PM “Black Protest from Civil Rights to Black Lives Matter”

Presentations by Deva Woodley, The New School and Alex Livingston, Cornell. Chaired by Brian Meeks, Brown University.

3:45 PM “Mourning and the Politics of Loss”

Presentations by David McIvor, Colorado State and Juliet Hooker, Brown University. Chaired by Suzanne Stewart-Steinberg, Brown University.