Wednesday Walkthrough: Global JusticePast, Talk, Refugee Week Wed 19 Jun, 2pm
Join Ida Danewid, Lecturer in Gender and Global Political Economy at the University of Sussex, for a walkthrough looking at racial capitalism and the political economy of migration inspired by Lis Rhodes’ new work Ambiguous Journeys (2019).
Free. Drop in. Gallery seating available. In English with Arabic translation.
The event is part of Refugee Week - a nationwide programme of arts, cultural and educational events that celebrate the contribution of refugees to the UK and encourages a better understanding between communities.
Ida Danewid is a Lecturer in Gender and Global Political Economy at the University of Sussex. Her research is situated at the nexus of race, gender, political economy, and radical political thought, and specifically focuses on questions of internationalism and the politics of solidarity. She is currently working on a monograph that examines the shared horizons of global justice movements through a focus on racial capitalism. Her article “White Innocence in the Black Mediterranean: Hospitality and the Erasure of History” won the 2017 Edward Said Award.