Workshop Black Lives Matter in Europe
Thursday, November 19, 2020, 12:00pm
Panel I Black Lives Matter: A Big Picture 12-1:30
Emilia Roig (Center for Intersectional Justice), “Black Lives Matter in Post-Racial and Color-Evasive Europe”
Gurminder Bhambra (University of Sussex), “Learning from Covid19 in the light of Brexit: From Colonial Pasts to Multicultural Futures”
Emily Marker (Rutgers University), “The Transnational Challenge of Black European Studies: A French Historian's Perspective”
Panel II Black Lives Matter in Germany, Italy, and Britain 1:45-3:15
Kennetta Perry (DeMontfort University), "'To Tell It As We Know It': Black Women’s History and the Archive of Brexit Britain”
Kira Thurman (University of Michigan), "Black Lives Matter in German Music"
Eileen Ryan (Temple University), “Black Italians Don't Exist": Remembering Andrea Aguyar in Contemporary Italy”
Moderator, Rosemarie Peña (Rutgers)
Held via: Zoom
Cosponsored with the Center for African Studies, the Dept. of History, and Ideas and Futures
More information to follow.