The Resistance and Decolonization focuses broadly on decolonization and resistance particularly movements or otherwise.
Recognizing the ongoing importance of a "politics of madness" to confront neo-imperialism
A collective of transdisciplinary and interdisciplinary thinkers came together interrogate, critique, and re-imagine academic workspaces and communicative praxis.
Projects to decolonize knowledge challenge hierarchically institutional(ized) writing and reading cultures through pivots of concrete everyday action as well as through visionary transformations.
Ture writes, “the formative presences for me in the beginning were women, and that has continued true... I’ve always been... educated and protected by them”