Petteruti Lounge, Stephen Robert '62 Center
Professor Iyko Day will provide an overview of her recent book’s examination of the history and logic of settler colonial capitalism through a focus on Asian racialization in Canada and the U.S. Drawing on an archive of Asian North American visual culture, she will discuss how the historical alignment of Asian bodies and labor with capital's abstract and negative dimensions became one of settler colonialism's defining features. She will also focus on how the economic modalities of racialized alien labor pushes beyond existing approaches to settler colonialism as a Native/settler binary to formulate it as a dynamic triangulation of Native, settler, and alien populations and positionalities.
Free and open to the public.
Book sale and signing to follow.
Research Seminar with Iyko Day on Friday, December 2 at 11:00am - 12:30pm
A CSREA Faculty Grant Event: Colleen Kim Daniher, Postdoctoral Research Associate in Theatre Arts and Performance Studies.
Cosponsored by The Cogut Center for the Humanities, Department of American Studies, English Department, Department of Theatre Arts and Performance Studies, Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion, and the Department of Modern Culture and Media.