Impossible Decoloniality? Unspeakable Histories of Gender in Modern India
The Department of Religions and Cultures warmly invites you to a free public lecture by Dr. Indrani Chatterjee (University of Texas, Austin) on "Impossible Decoloniality? Unspeakable Histories of Gender in Modern India".
What would it mean to decolonize gender? Is a long duree history necessary to subh feminist endeavors? This talk argues that it is. Using material from South Asian archives, it makes us rethink, and re-examine, our affective attachments to colonial modes of disregarding the long enduring histories of Indian women and men in the current moment.
When: Thursday March 15, 17:30
Where: 1590 Dr. Penfield (Atrium)
For more information, please see attached flyer