Patricia Hill Collins Leads Symposium on “Intersectionality as Epistemic Resistance”
Patricia Hill Collins—one of the most important Black Feminist thinkers and philosophers in recent history—will visit University Park on Friday, March 31 and Saturday, April 1 to lead a symposium on “intersectionality as epistemic resistance.” Her individual talk on March 31, hosted at 3:30 p.m. in 010 Sparks Building, will focus on intersectionality as critical praxis.
The symposium, “Intersectionality as Epistemic Resistance: The Critical Theory of Patricia Hill Collins,” will begin the following morning, April 1, at 9:00 in the J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Building. Guest speakers include Kathryn Sophia Belle, Kanisha Bond, María Pía Lara, William Paris, Nancy Tuana, and Sarah Tyson.
Registration for the April 1 symposium is required. Please visit this link to fill out a short survey for registration.