Contesting Displacement: Dispossession/Extraction/Gentrification

Description: 

Contemporary capitalism and settler colonialism displace populations and dispossess them of their of lands, leading to interconnected struggles for justice. This daylong symposium brings together artists, activists, and scholars working on: water justice in Navaho Country; gentrification and anti-eviction justice in California; and resource extraction and land reclamation across the U.S. Southwest. The symposium will feature panels, lunch, and a walk-and-talk, all part of our collaborative approach to contesting displacement.

Co-sponsored by the Division of Social Sciences, Division of Humanities, Office of Sustainability, Craig Haney, UC Presidential Chair Fund, Porter College, Headley Chair Funds, Rachel Carson College, Oakes College, Kresge College, Colleges Nine and Ten, and the Departments of Sociology, Anthropology, History, Politics, Environmental Studies, Art, Latin American and Latino Studies, and Literature

Location: 
Humanities 1 Building
Location details: 

Room 210

Admission: 
Free
Admission details: 

Free and open to the public

Invited Audience: 
Event dates: 
04/13/2018 - 10:00am