CSSD is housing a new three-year initiative on "Religion and the Global Framing of Gender Violence," to be co-directed by Professor Lila Abu-Lughod (Institute for Research on Women, Gender, and Sexuality/Anthropology). Launched with a grant from the Henry Luce Foundation, this project will bring together an international community of scholars, experts, journalists, and activists to study the role of religion in naming, framing, and governing gendered violence, with a special focus on the Middle East and South Asia.
Last month, the American University in Cairo invited Lila Abu-Lughod to deliver two lectures, the first titled ‘Saving Muslim Women’ on 28 October, and the Edward Said Memorial Lecture titled ‘A Settler-Colonialism of Her Own: Imagining Palestine’s Alternatives’ on 30 October. Read the interviews here and here.
Elizabeth A. Povinelli and her colleagues in the Karrabing Film Collective screen their latest film, "Windjarrameru, The Stealing C*nt$," along with their previous "When the Dogs Talked," at the Melbourne International Film Festival. August 1st and 4th, 6:30 pm.
about his book On the Return of Comrade Ricardo Flores Magón (Zone Books, 2014).
interview in 2 parts:
Part I: "On the Return of Comrade Ricardo Flores Magón: He Died for Anarchy" (Weekend Edition Feb 27-Mar 01, 2015)
Part II: “Against Capital, Authority, and the Church: On the Life and Death of Comrade Ricardo Flores Magón" (Weekend Edition March 13-15, 2015)