SNID is back!
We are pleased to inform you that we will continue with our Studies in National and International Development Lecture Series online in the 2022-2023 academic year.
Our events will take place over Zoom at the following link:
- Meeting ID: 974 1662 2727
- Passcode: 3.qMuy
Please mark your calendar and join us for these upcoming talks:
September 22, 2022
José Marcelo with '2022 Brazilian Elections: Context and Perspectives at Democracy and Development Crossroads'
September 29, 2022
Dr. Bryan Mukandi with 'Before “Rhodes Must Fall”: Grappling with Ngũgĩ’s philosophy of education'
October 20, 2022
Book launch for Capitalism and Dispossession with editors Dave Thomas and Veldon Coburn and author Rebecca Hall
November 24, 2022. 5:30 PM. Kinston Frontenac Public Library, Central Branch, Meeting Room 1.
Dr. Martine August with More than suply: The Fight for Affordable Housing in Canada. Sponsored by Just Recovery Kingston.
November 2022 (date TBD)
Panel on the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar
November 17 and December 1, 2022
Mini-Series co-organized by Vanessa Thompson and Katherine Mazurok: Legacies of War. Imperialisms, Racisms and Transnational Feminist Solidarities
Nov 17: War(s) in Europe. The Invasion of Ukraine, Racism and Resistance
Dec 1: Global Wars and Solidarities
This series aims to interrogate, from a transnational feminist perspective, articulations and politics of war, in their many forms and on a global scale. We ask how we can challenge global hierarchies in the perceptions of war, imperialisms, racisms as well as move towards building transnational feminist, anti-imperialist and anti-racist solidarities.
Our first roundtable, November 17th, entitled “War(s) in Europe. The Invasion of Ukraine, Racism and Resistance” engages with the interlocking impacts of the Russian war in Ukraine and discusses how these are tied to legacies of racism, border imperialism and neoliberalism in Europe and beyond. This panel attends to the converging and diverging Black/African, Roma and Ukrainian perspectives, critiques and impacts of the war.