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White Innocence and the Savaging of Post-Colonial Subjects. A lecture by Houria Bouteldja.

March 11, 2019, 10:00 PM to 12:00 AM

White Innocence and the Savaging of Post-Colonial Subjects. A lecture by Houria Bouteldja.

Wolff Conference Room, Room D1103, Albert and Vera List Academic Center
Students,  
Faculty,  
Staff 

In discussion with Gil Andijar (Columbia University) and Ann Laura Stoler (The New School for Social Research)

Houria Bouteldja is a founding member of le Parti des Indigènes de la république, decolonial political member based in France. 

She has written numerous theoretical or strategical articles on decolonial feminism, racism, autonomy, and political alliances as well as articles on zionism and state  philosemitism. She is the author with Sadri Khiari of "Nous sommes les indigènes de la république" (Editions Amsterdam) and "Whites, Jews, and Us, Toward a Politics of Revolutionary Love" (Semiotext(e)).
 

Hosted by the Anthropology Department at The New School for Social Research



Additional Details

Co-sponsored by Columbia University's Department of Religion, and Department of Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African Stuides.


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