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Hong-An Truong: Refugee Returns

Humanities 1, Room 210 1156 high st, Santa cruz, CA, United States

Using photography, video, and sound installation, Hong-An Truong engages questions about history and how knowledge is produced through media forms. Often drawing on her lived experience as the daughter of Vietnamese refugees, her work explores historical and political themes, especially around war, violence, and race. Truong's talk will focus on several recent projects that explore how citizenship and […]

NEW LOCATION “Shusenjo: The Main Battleground of the Comfort Women Issue” Film Screening

Resource Center for Non Violence

The “comfort women” issue is perhaps Japan’s most contentious present-day diplomatic quandary. Inside Japan, the issue is dividing the country across clear ideological lines. Supporters and detractors of “comfort women” are caught in a relentless battle over empirical evidence, the validity of oral testimony, the number of victims, the meaning of sexual slavery and the […]

Fascism and Organized Violence Symposium

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, […]