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Nadine Naber: “Joint Struggle: A Decolonial, Abolitionist approach to Middle East Studies”
Monday, March 8, 2021
In this talk, Professor Naber will analyze the limits and possibilities of coalitional BIPOC movements in the U.S. that have strived to end anti-Blackness and U.S. imperialism simultaneously. Professor Naber will develop her analysis through the lens of decolonial feminisms while focusing on the significance of coalitional politics, or "joint struggle," to the field of Middle East Studies.