NEW Location: Cherpack (Williams Hall 543)
The Francophone, Italian, & Germanic Studies and the Philosophy Departments at the University of Pennsylvania are hosting an interdisciplinary workshop to discuss the work of Martinican philosopher, psychiatrist, and revolutionary Frantz Fanon, and its continued relevance in the 21st century.
All are welcome. Join us after the workshop for a reception. To RSVP to this event use the QR code below or click here.
This workshop is made possible thanks to generous contributions from the Wolf Humanities Center and the Rutgers Institute for the Study of Global Racial Justice.
- Sabeen Ahmed (Swarthmore): The Liberal Subject as Pre-Traumatized Subject: Fanon, da Silva, and the Racial Politics of Harm
- Hugo Bujon (Rutgers): In Excess of Decolonization: Childhood in Les damnés de la terre
- Daniele Lorenzini (Penn): Colonialism and Epistemic Paternalism
- Qrescent Mali Mason (Haverford): “How to Move Through the Body of the Father to Discover Myself”: bell hooks, Frantz Fanon, and Critical Phenomenology
Moderated by Corine Labridy (Penn), with responses by graduate students.