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With the Black Feminist Futures Symposium, my co-organizers and I sought to generate a radically interdisciplinary conversation that engaged questions around black feminist futurity. In convening this symposium, we invited scholars to survey discourses within and beyond the field of black feminist theory to investigate the conditions of possibility for black feminist futurity within the academy.  Following the opening plenary round-table discussion, we organized our concerns thematically into four panels: “New Directions in Gender and Sexuality,” “Politics of Pleasure,” “Keywords,” and “Methods.”  Flyer designed by artist  Alexandria Eregbu .

With the Black Feminist Futures Symposium, my co-organizers and I sought to generate a radically interdisciplinary conversation that engaged questions around black feminist futurity. In convening this symposium, we invited scholars to survey discourses within and beyond the field of black feminist theory to investigate the conditions of possibility for black feminist futurity within the academy.

Following the opening plenary round-table discussion, we organized our concerns thematically into four panels: “New Directions in Gender and Sexuality,” “Politics of Pleasure,” “Keywords,” and “Methods.”

Flyer designed by artist Alexandria Eregbu.

Photo by   Sean Su  .   Black Feminist Futures Co-Organizers; Dr.  Brittnay Proctor-Habil , Dr. Chelsea M. Frazier, Dr.  Shoniqua Roach   Check out our joint interview in  The Windy City Times

Photo by Sean Su.

Black Feminist Futures Co-Organizers; Dr. Brittnay Proctor-Habil, Dr. Chelsea M. Frazier, Dr. Shoniqua Roach

Check out our joint interview in The Windy City Times