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Re-Visiting Suzanne Césaire's Intellectual Legacy

Please join ENTANGLEMENT: ECOLOGIES OF KNOWLEDGES for "Re-Visiting Suzanne Césaire's Intellectual Legacy," a seminar that will discuss the work and thought of Suzanne Césaire by analyzing her political dissidence, her vision of Black and Caribbean identities, her analytical and poetic work in the revue Tropiques, and her intellectual legacy in Africana literature, art, and philosophy.
SPEAKERS SCHEDULE
  • 1 PM, Lunch
  • 2 PM, Roundtable and Discussion
RSVP for lunch: https://duke.is/v/9jxf. Zoom registration: https://duke.is/g/m3p6. This discussion will be in English. ECOLOGIES OF KNOWLEDGES, convened by Felwine Sarr (Anne-Marie Bryan Distinguished Professor of French and Francophone Studies, Dept. of Romance Studies), is part of The Entanglement Project, a multi-stranded initiative at the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute focused on race, health, and climate.

Categories

Caribbean focus, Global, Humanities, Panel/Seminar/Colloquium