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Thursday October 6
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
In this special presentation, Professor Sandy Grande reimagines global aging as a site of possibility; as a conceptual opening for rethinking the central dichotomies and contradictions of a contemporary society built on the exigencies of capital and settler hegemony: the centrality of work to existence; of economic growth to production; of age to declining yield, and ultimately of life beyond the productivist logics of capital. In so doing, she considers how the lives, knowledge and care of Indigenous Elders help to structure conditions for societal renewal. Her central claim is that Elder epistemologies will become increasingly important as we work collectively to create new possibilities for anti-racist and decolonial futures.
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