NonUnaDiMeno: Intersections of Migration & Feminist Movements
Join the Social Movements Lab for two discussions about the intersections of migrant networks and feminist movements in Italy, in dialogue with Enrica Rigo, an Italian scholar-activist.
On Wed., Feb. 7th, 12-1pm, join us for a 'mapping' discussion about migrant networks in Italy and the feminist movement, NonUnaDiMeno. In preparation for this discussion, please read Enrica Rigo's new article:
"Re-gendering the Border: Chronicles of Women's Resistance and Unexpected Alliances from the Mediterranean Border," available here: https://acme-journal.org/index.php/acme/article/view/1436/1305
Our discussion will be facilitated by the Lab's co-directors, Sandro Mezzadra and Michael Hardt.
On Mon., Feb. 12th, 12-1pm, join us for a dialogue (via Skype) with Enrica Rigo, a scholar-activist with the migrant justice and feminist movements. She teaches Philosophy of Law at Roma 3 University, where she also directs a "legal clinic" on citizenship and migration. She has published extensively on these topics. She is a member of the Italian feminist movement NonUnaDiMeno where she is particularly active regarding questions of migration.
Social Movements Lab, Franklin Humanities Center, Smith Warehouse, Bay 5, Duke University, 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Durham, NC
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