Black, anti-racist and anti-capitalist feminism is often side-lined in mainstream discourses. In their book Brenna Bhandar and Rafeef Ziadah interview some of the most powerful voices in revolutionary feminist thought to consider urgent transformations of the economy, social relations and political structures. In this live online panel, Bhandar and Ziadah are joined by two contributors – Ruth Wilson Gilmore and Vron Ware – to discuss what resistance looks like, from anti-colonialism to prison abolition.
In partnership with Verso as part of Feminist Resistance: Strategies for the 21st Century.
Brenna Bhandar is Reader in Law and Critical Theory at SOAS, University of London. She is the author of Colonial Lives of Property, and she is co-editor of Plastic Materialities.
Rafeef Ziadah is an academic, poet and activist. She teaches Politics of the Middle East at SOAS, University of London. She has worked as researcher and campaigns organiser with a number of grassroots Palestinian, refugee rights and anti-poverty campaigns.
Ruth Wilson Gilmore is Professor of Earth & Environmental Sciences, and American Studies at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, where she is also Director of the Center for Place, Culture, and Politics. She is the author of Golden Gulag: Prisons, Surplus, Crisis, and Opposition in Globalizing California. Honors include the American Studies Association Angela Y. Davis Award for Public Scholarship (2012); the Association of American Geographers’ Harold Rose Award for Anti-Racist Research and Practice (2014); the SUNY-Purchase College Eugene V. Grant Distinguished Scholar Prize for Social and Environmental Justice (2015-16); and the American Studies Association Richard A Yarborough Mentorship Award (2017).
Vron Ware has worked as a journalist and photographer and, since 1992, as an academic teaching cultural geography and sociology. She is author of Beyond the Pale: white women, racism and history (Verso 1992/2015), Out ofWhiteness: color, politics & culture (with Les Back, Chicago 2002), Military Migrants: fighting for YOUR country (Palgrave 2012). Currently professor of sociology & gender studies at Kingston University, she is working on a new book entitled Return of a Native: rethinking what’s rural.
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