14:00 – 17:00, Wednesday 3rd May 2017
Ron Johnston Research Room (Level C), Geography and Planning Building, University of Sheffield
The first CREN Black Feminism Seminar will open up conversations on what it means to exist and resist through the use Black feminisms.
What are the historical and ongoing barriers and opportunities for Black feminist theories and practices through everyday existences?
Dr. Suryia Nayak (University of Salford): On Audre Lorde: imperalism, academia and social work
Dr. Pat Noxolo (University of Birmingham): On the politics of knowledge production
Mama D (Community Centred Knowledge): Black women and ‘food livities’, an interactive space for generating knowledge