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Feminist Film Series: Miss Juneteenth

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Southern Crossings Chamber Opera

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Barnard College Commencement Livestream

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Barnard College Commencement 2022

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Baccalaureate Service

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Computer Science Seminar: Antonio Khalil Moretti (Roc Capital)

From: 2022-05-11 11:0 AM
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Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a Concert with Aurora Flores and Zon del Barrio Orchestra

From: 2022-05-05 4:0 PM
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MeMoSa: We Don't Own the Rights to Any of This

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Sciences of Learning and the Conditions of Educational Equity

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Place-Based Experiential STEAM Education In Our Local Community

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Undesign the Redline @ Barnard Tours

From: 2022-05-27 12:0 PM
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The B+C|A End of Year Show

From: 2022-05-05 6:0 PM
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Lavender Graduation

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A tale of two cities: The decline in child exposure to lead in Paris and New York

From: 2022-05-03 9:0 AM
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Chernivtsi: A Concert for Ukraine with Gail Archer

From: 2022-04-28 6:0 PM
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Art + Tech Viz Wall Showcase

From: 2022-04-25 12:0 PM
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Student Artist in Residence Installation Performance: Campbell Ives, Rae Su, Gioia Von Staden

From: 2022-04-22 5:0 PM
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Feminist Film Series: A Wrinkle In Time

From: 2022-04-27 5:30 PM
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Black Faculty Salon

From: 2022-04-21 6:0 PM
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MeMoSa: therapy by Collin Kelly and Alexandria Giroux

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Mobilizing Communities for Climate Justice

From: 2022-04-19 6:30 PM
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Pop-Up: CoLab Spring 2022 Showcase

From: 2022-04-15 7:0 PM
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Pop-up Workshop: Web3 and the New World Order: Blockchain from First Principles + Developer Workshop

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Creative Circuits with Ana Mengote Baluca

From: 2022-04-15 2:0 PM
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16th Annual Jeanne Clery Lecture Series: The Gender and Non-conforming Student Experience at Women's and Historically Women's Institutions

From: 2022-04-14 7:30 PM
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SPARK with Dr. Marishka K. Brown: On Sleep as a Health Equity Issue

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In the Ghetto: A Lecture by Caryl Phillips

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Barnard Teaches Panel: Embodiment/Remote Learning

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Meeting the Man: James Baldwin in Paris; a Conversation with Caryl Phillips, Darryl Pinckney, and Kaiama Glover

From: 2022-04-12 6:0 PM
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Spring 2022 WiMS Inaugural Panel of Emerging Leaders. Finding Strength in the Numbers: Growing Up Stories

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Barnard Teaches Panel: Sunsetting/Preserving

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Darker than Blue: Curtis Mayfield; a Conversation with Caryl Phillips and Salamishah Tillet

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Student Artist in Residence Installation Performance: Madi O'Halloran

From: 2022-04-07 5:30 PM
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Barnard Year of Science: Conservation, Collaboration, and Community

From: 2022-04-06 4:30 PM
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Diversity in Computing: Matt Mitchell (CryptoHarlem & Ford Foundation) on Easy Fixes for Algorithmic Bias

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Computer Science Seminar: Omolola Ogunyemi (Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science)

From: 2022-04-05 5:0 PM
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Getting Started: Electronics

From: 2022-03-31 3:30 PM
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Moving Body Moving Image Festival

From: 2022-04-03 12:0 PM
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Beyond the Game Panel

From: 2022-03-28 6:45 PM
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The Science of Well-Being

From: 2022-03-28 6:0 PM
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Diversity in Computing: Cyber Collective on How Personal Narratives Can Fuel the Responsible Tech Movement

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Workshop: Quick Guide to Accessible Web Design

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The Urgency of Water: Women, Climate, and Sustaining the World

From: 2022-03-22 6:30 PM
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Data for Good Seminar: Mayank Varia, Boston University

From: 2022-03-22 3:0 PM
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Sabra Moore: WORDY Exhibition Opening and Artist's Talk

From: 2022-03-17 5:0 PM
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Transforming Systemic Violence: Experiences of Female and Non-Binary Identifying Queer Migrants

From: 2022-03-22 12:0 PM
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Recording Signs: The practices and ethics of filming signed communication

From: 2022-03-22 11:30 AM
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Alfred P. Sloan Women in STEM Panel

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Alfred P. Sloan Women in STEM Film Screening

From: 2022-03-13 12:0 PM
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NYC Open Data Workshop: How to Make Data Visualizations using NYC Open Data

From: 2022-03-11 2:0 PM
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Thinking Through Settler Colonialism and Racial Capitalism in the Context of the Nordics: Day 2

From: 2022-03-02 10:0 AM
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The Future of FinTech: Entering and Innovating in a Fast-Growing Industry

From: 2022-02-28 7:0 PM
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Installation: Cite Black Barnard Faculty

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Thinking Through Settler Colonialism and Racial Capitalism in the Context of the Nordics: Day 1

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"Access is Not Inclusion:" Two Events with Anthony Jack

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Thinking Through Settler Colonialism and Racial Capitalism in the Context of the Nordics: Day 1

A cumulative attack on ‘critical race theory’ has recently emerged from within government offices in the Global North, including the Nordic countries. Some have resulted in state legislatures banning educators from teaching this area of study, namely in the United States. In Western Europe and Scandinavia, similar sentiments have emerged in parliament. Curiously, legal analysis and research at the intersection of the law, race, capital, and the state in the social sciences in the Nordics is relatively scarce, and despite clear indications of racially motivated violence, discrimination, and intolerance in the region, domestic legal regimes, the judiciary, and the parliament, are frequently unable to recognize it as such.

In recent years, there has also been an upsurge in the popular and scholarly debates about anti-Blackness and histories of transatlantic slavery, as well as Indigenous sovereignty, Native dispossession, the forced migration of transnational adoption, and settler colonialism in the Nordics. In popular and scholarly discourse furthermore, discussions of the terms ‘(im)migrants’ and ‘Muslims’, are frequently undergirded by ideas of race and racialization, and yet studies of religious ‘radicalization’, anti-immigration and islamophobia are often treated as distinct from racism. Notably, these themes are conjoined due to the imperial and colonial histories of the region. The debates provocatively, or refreshingly presume that white supremacist sentiment and racial logics structure the institutional histories of Nordic countries today. Responding to and entangled in colonial and imperial forms of domination, the debates galvanize a set of questions shaped around settler colonialism, racial capitalism, and (im)migration regimes in the region. Like some ‘critical race theory’, they link a timely focus on the law, race, capital, and the state.

While the central symbol of the racialized ‘other’ in Europe today is the ‘immigrant’ and Muslim ‘other’, racialization in Europe – of Indigenous, Black, non-white and ethnic ‘minority’ subjects – has its origin in colonialism and racial capitalism. Scholars in this round table discussion will think through the terms of racial capitalism and settler colonialism in relation to their own work and in the context of the Nordics exploring the racial logics of transnational and transhistorical disciplinary regimes. What are the possibilities and limitations of thinking through these terms in an attempt to understand the long durée of Native dispossession, transatlantic slavery and neo-colonial/imperialist global inequalities in the Nordic region today?

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Round Table I | February 28 | 10 AM-12 PM

Indigenous Sovereignties

Welcome: Anna Kirstine Schirrer (Columbia University)

Opening Remarks: Monica Miller (Columbia University)

Audra Simpson (Columbia University)

Maya Sialuk Jacobsen (Independent researcher)

Rauna Kuokkanen (University of Lapland)

Ellen Marie Jensen, Sámi allaskuvla

Moderator: Elizabeth Löwe Hunter (UC Berkeley)

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Round Table II | March 2 | 10 AM-12 PM

Racial Capitalisms and the Governance of Difference

Anders Neergaard (Linköping University)

Helle Stenum (Roskilde University)

Ylva Habel (Uppsala University)

Amani Hassani (Goldsmiths)

Moderator: Jasmine Kelekay (UC Santa Barbara)

For questions please contact: Anna Kirstine Schirrer | anna.schirrer@columbia.edu

 

Cosponsors:

The American-Scandinavian Foundation

Columbia University: The Department of Anthropology | Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy | Center for the Study on Ethnicity and Race | Society of Fellows/ Heyman Center of the Humanities

Barnard College: The Department of Africana Studies | Center for Research on Women | Digital Humanities Center

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Feb 28 2022
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10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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