The University of Oxford's Black and Minority Ethnic Staff Network with Equality and Diversity Unit invites you to this year's Black History Month talk with Dr Nirmal Puwar entitled: 'Racism in the body of the Academy: statues and classrooms'.
Nirmal Puwar is Reader in the Sociology Department of Goldsmith’s College, University of London, where she has lectured for over ten years. She has authored Space Invaders: race, gender and bodies out of place (2004). The concept of Space Invaders has been developed and discussed in a number of institutional sectors. Puwar has co-edited 17 Collections, including: Post-colonial Bourdieu; Orientalism and Fashion; Intimacy in Research; Live Methods and, South Asian Women in the Diaspora. A number of her writings have been translated into different languages. She was Co-Director of the Methods Lab for over ten years, undertaking projects to re-think, stretch and connect the very walls of the academy beyond the academy. She takes a critical historical approach to ‘public engagement’ and has worked collaboratively using creative methods.
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Humanities & Identities
The Long History of Identity, Ethnicity and Nationhood
Race and Resistance across Borders in the Long Twentieth Century
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Audience: Open to all