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Linking to Resources and Further Collaborations

Please use this site to to record future plans, collaborations, visions,
desirable and possible outcomes for students,
faculty development, and global interconnections,
to list suggested readings, attach your syllabi....

To begin: our own sightlines and distillations--
hope in solidarity and Autobiography of a Brave Space

Reading suggestions sent in by participants after the workshop:
Arao, Brian and Kristi Clemens, From Safe Spaces to Brave Spaces: A New Way to Frame Dialogue Around Diversity and Social Justice
[with, as theme song, Sarah Bareilles' "Brave"]

Caribbean Institute in Gender and Development.

DeShong, Halimah A.F. and Tonya Haynes. Intimate partner violence in the Caribbean: State, activist and media responses. Global Public Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice. March 4, 2015.

Feminist conversations on Caribbean Life, by CODE RED for gender justice!

Larkin, Phillip, Absences.

Pierre, Jemima. The Predicament of Blackness: Postcolonial Ghana and the Politics of Race. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2013.

Scott, David. The Re-enchantment of Humanism: An Interview with Sylvia Wynter. Small Axe 8 (September 2000): 119-207.

Scott, Joan W. The New Thought Police. The Nation. April 15, 2014.

Thomas, Greg. Proud Flesh Inter/Views: Sylvia Wynter. Proudflesh: A New Afrikan Journal of Culture, Politics & Consciousness, 4 (2006).

Tuck, Eve. Suspending Damage: A Letter to Communities

Tuhiwai Smith, Linda. Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples

Wynter, Sylvia. “The Ceremony Must be Found: After Humanism.” boundary 2, 12, 3: On Humanism and the University I: The Discourse of Humanism (Spring-Autumn, 1984): 19-70.

Wynter, Sylvia. “On How We Mistook the Map for the Territory, and Re-Imprisoned Ourselves in Our Unbearable Wrongness of Being, of Desetre. Black Studies Toward the Human Project.” Not Only the Master’s Tools: African-American Studies in Theory and Practice. Ed. Lewis R. Gordon and Jane Anna Gordon. Paradigm Publishers, 2006. 107-169.

Wynter, Sylvia. “Unsettling the Coloniality of Being/ Power/ Truth/ Freedom. Towards the Human, After Man,  Its Overrepresentation--An Argument.” 257-337.