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Zoological Racism: Animals, Blackness, and Consumption

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Välkommen till en digital kvällsföreläsning med Aph Ko. Föreläsningen ges på engelska.

Föreläsning
Datum
22 feb 2021
Tid
19:00 - 21:00
Plats
Via Zoom, länk skickas till anmälda deltagare
Sista anmälningsdag
18 februari 2021

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Föreläsningen kommer att hållas via Zoom. Anmälan krävs och aktuell länk skickas ut samma dag som föreläsningen. Anmäl dig senast 18 februari till gu-cas@ped.gu.se.
Arrangör
GU-CAS, Göteborgs universitets nätverk för kritiska djurstudier i Antropocen vid institutionen för didaktik och pedagogisk profession

GU-CAS - Gothenburg University Critical Animal Studies Network - welcomes you to an evening lecture with Aph Ko.

Aph Ko will examine how white supremacy is a consumptive, cannibalistic force where Black bodies and animal bodies are used as vehicles to fulfill the racialized power fantasies of the dominant class. Aph Ko asks: What is the interplay between the ideological and economic consumption of Blackness (historically and contemporarily) and the conception of animals as consumable entities in American society?

Aph Ko is a theorist and independent digital media producer. She is the author of Racism as Zoological Witchcraft: A Guide to Getting Out and co-author of the book Aphro-ism: Essays on Pop Culture, Feminism, and Black Veganism from Two Sisters. Aph Ko has a B.A. in Women’s and Gender Studies, and an M.A. in Communication. She is a founding collective member of the North American Association for Critical Animal Studies, and also the founder of Black Vegans Rock. Aph Ko has made important contributions especially in regards to race and animal oppression, and is a prominent voice when it comes to developing novel approaches to dismantle and fight interconnected oppressions.