American Indian Studies Program
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As part of the Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research (University of the Witwatersrand) Public Positions series "Fanon After Fanon," Helen Neville (Educational Psychology and African American Studies) will present "Fanonian Foundations of Liberation Psychology and Social Justice Counseling" and Lou Turner (Urban and Regional Planning) will present...
This symposium will examine how culture moves and circulates: across space, time, material conditions, technologies and affects. We will consider how movement shapes and reshapes the cultural domain, creating new relationships between people, objects and practices. How does movement shape a community’s perception of local space and cultural identity?