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1st Black Brazilian Women Intellectuals International Conference: IV – Politics of Education, Representation and Decoloniality in knowledge production.
November 18, 2021 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The engagement of Black women in knowledge production goes beyond the limits of formal education and Eurocentric science. Women have played a central role in the development of anti-racist pedagogies in Brazil. Such pedagogies challenge the separation between body, mind and emotion and elaborate new perspectives for the future. The knowledge production of Black women as a counter-hegemonic and decolonial practice is the focus of this panel.
- Camila Daniel(Visiting Professor at Columbia University/Professor at Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro)
- Carmem Luz, (Professor at Kennesaw State University/Kilomba Collective)
- Fernanda Dias, PhD Student at Columbia University/Kilomba Collective
- Luciane O. Rocha (PhD Candidate at Columbia University/Kilomba Collective)
Facilitador: Marry Ferreira (M.A in Public Media/Kilomba Collective)