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Montreal Workshop in Critical Philosophy of Race

November 10, 2019 Leave a comment Go to comments

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The Montreal Workshop in Critical Philosophy of Race brings together scholars working at the intersection of critical philosophies of race, immigration, and disability. These are three traditionally underrepresented areas in philosophy that are today finding critical resurgence. This is the first workshop to be hosted by the Department of Philosophy at McGill with focus on these crucial philosophical questions, and represents an opening for faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students to spend time mulling them over.

The workshop will take place over one and a half days (starting Friday afternoon, November 15, and continuing all day Saturday, November 16). The workshop includes five speakers with commentaries on each paper (see abstracts below). There will be a roundtable of participants at the close of the workshop to allow time to reflect on the connections that can be woven between interventions. The workshop is pluralist in its methodologies, crossing philosophical and disciplinary boundaries. It aims to expand our understanding of critical philosophy of race.

Friday, Nov. 15, 2019: starts 2:30 PM

Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019: all day

The workshop is open to the public (by free registration) and accessible.

Program

Friday, November 15th, 2019

14:30–14:45: Welcome and Introduction (Alia Al-Saji and Bryan Mukandi)

14:45–16:00: José Mendoza (University of Massachusetts Lowell)

“Go Back to Where You Came From!”: Racism, Xenophobia, and Why It Matters

Commentator: Celia Edell (McGill University)

Moderator: Sebastian Rodriguez Duque (McGill University)

16:15–17:30: Bryan Mukandi (University of Queensland)

Picturing Sanity, in Black and White

Commentator: Geneviève Vandewiele Nobert (McGill University)

Saturday, November 16th, 2019

10:30–11:45: Joel Reynolds (University of Massachusetts Lowell)

The Whiteness of Ability

Commentator: Muhammad Velji (McGill University)

Moderator: Emily Douglas (McGill University)

12:00–13:15: Alia Al-Saji (McGill University)

A Critical Phenomenology of Arab Racialization through Colonial Duration

Commentator: Bryan Mukandi (University of Queensland)

Moderator: Em Walsh (McGill University)

13:15–14:45: LUNCH

14:45–16:00: George Fourlas (Hampshire College)

Anti-Racist Posturing Versus Praxis

Commentator: Naïma Hamrouni (Université du Québec à Trois Rivières)

Moderator: Christine Wieseler (Skidmore College)

16:15–17:30: ROUNDTABLE

Moderators: Alia Al-Saji and Bryan Mukandi

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