Françoise Vergès, “Decolonial Feminism in the Age of Racial Neoliberal Capitalism” | Rockefeller Hall Room 300 at Vassar College | Lectures & Talks | Chronogram Magazine

Lectures & Talks

Françoise Vergès, “Decolonial Feminism in the Age of Racial Neoliberal Capitalism”

When: Thu., Feb. 27, 5:30 p.m. 2020

A feminist and anti-racist activist born in La Réunion, Françoise Vergès holds a PhD in Political Science from Berkeley University and is the author of 10 books including: Monsters and Revolutionaries: Colonial Family Romance and "métissage" (1999); Abolir l'esclavage: Une utopie coloniale, les ambiguïtés d'une politique humanitaire (2001); L’Homme prédateur, ce que nous enseigne l'esclavage sur notre temps (2011); and Un Féminisme decolonial (2019). She is a former president of the National Committee for the Memory and History of Slavery and a founding member of the Decolonizing the Arts collective in France.

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