Prof. Amade M’charek gives the annual ACMES Lecture titled "Beach Encounters and Forensic Evidence: Migrant Death, Colonial Currents and the Art of Paying Attention". The lecture also concludes the ACMES Spring Lecture Series on Race, racism and racialisation in the Middle East and Europe.
|Date||20 May 2021|
This lecture will take place online via Zoom. If you want to attend, please register by sending an email to email@example.com.
The series Race, racism and racialisation in the Middle East and Europe is inspired by the global Black Lives Matter protest movement. The various lectures explore the complexities of race, racism and racialisation, their intersections with other inequalities, and emerging spaces of resistance and solidarity.
4 March 2021, 5 PM
Dr. Rachel Schine, University of Colorado
Race-making in Early Arabic Fiction
25 March 2021, 5 PM
Prof. Rabab Abdulhadi, San Francisco State University
8 April 2021, 5 PM
Dr. Sarah Bracke, University of Amsterdam
Europe’s ‘Muslim Question’: A Biopolitical Approach
22 April 2021, 5 PM
Dr. Deniz Yonucu, Technische Universität Berlin
Policing and Resistance in the Racialized Urban Spaces of Istanbul
20 May 2021, 5 PM
Annual ACMES lecture
Prof. Amade M’charek, UvA
Beach Encounters and Forensic Evidence: Migrant Death, Colonial Currents and the Art of Paying Attention