Teach-ins: Local Solidarities and Transregional Connections: Can Haverford Move in a New Direction?
What would things be like if Haverford adopted a more solidary, community-engaged approach to its thinking and acting?
What would things be like if Haverford adopted a more solidary, community-engaged approach to its thinking and acting? What would it mean to center what we do on diverse and interconnected perspectives? How can these approaches promote the anti-racist, anti-classist, and other inclusive work called for by the strike? Join Haverford faculty and invited guests for a series of conversations and teach-ins this semester.
Thursday, February 11, 4:30-5:45pm EST with:
- Historian of the African diaspora in Latin America and the Caribbean Evelyne Laurent-Perrault
- Scholar of police violence Stuart Schrader
- Student of empire and South-South migration Michael James
- Haverford faculty Andrew Friedman, Jim Krippner, and Tom Donahue-Ochoa
Thursday, February 18, 4:30-5:45pm EST with:
- Scholar and organizer of diverse solidarity economies Caroline Shenaz Hossein
- Historian of empire's transregional legacies Inder Marwah
- Scholar and student of trans-local solidarity economies Craig Borowiak
- Intercultural educator and transregional organizer Stephanie Zukerman
- Haverford colleagues Jim Krippner and Tom Donahue-Ochoa
Thursday, February 25, 4:30-5:45pm EST with:
- Cultural educator and transregional organizer Kim Andrews
- International development and gender scholar Rebecca Tiessen
- Community-engaged scholar-teacher of languages Tetsuya Sato
- Haverford colleagues Eric Hartman, Jim Krippner, and Tom Donahue-Ochoa
Organized by the Transregional Working Group. Sponsored by the Provost's Office with support from the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship and the Hurford Center for the Arts and Humanities.