- How do postcolonialism and decolonialism help us think through our current political moment?
- How have these two approaches addressed, or failed to address, Islam and the Middle East?
- How can they inform our current discussions about immigration?
- What methods do postcolonialism and decolonialism offer for scholarship and activism during this time?
- How do they respond to the rise of the global right?
Lisa Armstrong, Study of Women & Gender-Smith College
Laura Briggs, Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies-UMass
Ellen Correa, Office of Civic Engagement and Service Learning-UMass
Claudia de Lima Costa, Vernacular Language and Literature-UFSC, Brasil
Isabel Espinal, W. E. B. DuBois Library-UMass
Jennifer Hamilton, Legal Studies and Anthropology-Hampshire College
Asha Nadkarni, English-UMass
Banu Subramaniam, Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies-UMass
CLACLS Embodying Coalitions Research Working Group Organizers:
Kiran Asher, Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies-UMass
Kimberlee Pérez, Communication-UMass
Kristie Soares, Languages, Literatures, and Cultures-UMass