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New three-year project will deepen knowledge on disability by facilitating virtual...

Dr. Jennifer Row, Dr. Angela Carter, and Dr. Jessica Horvath Williams of the University of Minnesota's Critical Disability Studies Collective (CDSC) are featured in an article about a new project at the U of M that seeks to educate people about medical discrimination against people with disabilities.

Statement In Solidarity With The People Of Palestine

The Editorial Collective of AGITATE! Unsettling Knowledges, the Imagining Transnational Solidarities Research Circle (ITSRC), and the faculty in the Department of Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities stand in solidarity with the people of Palestine and condemn the Israeli state’s brutal settler colonial violence and ethnic cleansing of Palestinians.
Looking up at the columns and roof at the Northrop Auditorium entrance

Attorney General Ellison selects advocates, researchers, legislators to serve on...

Selected by Attorney General Keith Ellison to serve on the Advisory Task Force on Expanding the Economic Security of Women are Brittany Lewis (PhD '15, feminist studies), Lulete Mola (BA '14, political science), Syeda Sadia Tarannum (BA '05, psychology). Also serving on the task force as an ad hoc member is CLA alumna and Minnesota Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan (BA '02, child psychology).

The Parahumanity of the YouTube Shooter

New to this Edition: Previously unpublished works reflect new contributions to the field New essays included to address environmental issues and climate change through intersectional and transnational lenses Critical readings selected to provide context and intersectional framing for recent historical developments New and updated pieces address the evolving fields of science and digital technology

Book Review Symposium – “Hungry Translations: Relearning the World through Radical...

Hungry Translations: Relearning the World through Radical Vulnerability by Richa Nagar in Journeys with Sangtin Kisan Mazdoor Sangathan and Parakh Theatre – a symposium organised by Rupal Oza (Hunter College, CUNY), featuring reviews by Sarah Hunt (University of Victoria), Rupal, Minelle Mahtani (University of British Columbia) and Deepti Misri (University of Colorado Boulder), with a response from Richa Nagar (University of Minnesota).

Dalit Lives Matter!

12 October 2020, India Civil Watch International, an organization committed to upholding democratic rights in India, launched a petition condemning the horrific case of the rape and murder of a Dalit woman in Hathras, Uttar Pradesh (U.P.) by four dominant caste men, and the brutality of the Indian police state in its aftermath.

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