Subaltern Geographies: Critical Perspectives

'Subaltern Geographies: A critical perspective brings together the editors of the recently-published collection 'Subaltern Geographies' with a panel of scholars including original contributors to, and critics of the Subaltern Studies Collective. Through this, and through a panel that seeks to extend and develop work on subalterneity, the workshop seeks to interrogate the relevance of this intellectual genealogy to ongoing engagements with historical and contemporary imperialisms.' 

Program

14:00–15:30

Onward from Subaltern Geographies

Amber Murrey, African Geographies, Black Geographies, Subaltern Geographies… and Other Generative Exchanges

Sneha Krishnan, Unreliable Witnesses and Evanescent Stories: Writing the Colonial Hostel 

Dan Hodgkinson, TBA

Chair: Alexander Vasudevan 

15:30–16:00 

Coffee Break

16:00–17:30 

Panel: Subaltern Geographies

A panel consisting of Rosalind O’Hanlon, Faisal Devji, Patricia Daley, Cathrine Brun and Nayanika Mathur will discuss the book, followed by a response from Tariq Jazeel and Stephen Legg.

17:30–19:00

Drinks 

08 Nov
Time:
14:00
Speaker:
  • Dan Hodgkinson
  • Amber Murrey
  • Sneha Krishnan
Series:
Location:
Brasenose College, Amersi Foundation Lecture Room, Radcliffe Square OX1 4AJ