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Fascism and Organized Violence Symposium
October 28, 2020 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm | Virtual Event
This symposium asks what the analytic of fascism offers for understanding the present authoritarian convergence. Panelists address the question of fascism as a geopolitically and historically diverse series of entanglements with (neo) liberalism, white supremacy, racial capitalism, imperialism, heteropatriarchy, and settler colonialism, and focus on the variety of antifascist collective organizing undertaken by Black, Indigenous, and other racialized subjects across the planet.
- Johanna Fernández, Associate Professor, History, Baruch College/City University of New York
- Allan E. S. Lumba, Assistant Professor, History, Virginia Tech University
- Anne Spice, Acting Assistant Professor, Geography & Environmental Studies, Ryerson University
- Alyosha Goldstein, Professor, American Studies, University of New Mexico
- Simón Ventura Trujillo, Assistant Professor, Latinx Studies, English Department, New York University
Presented by UCSC Center for Racial Justice and the Critical Ethnic Studies Journal