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Zakiyyah Iman Jackson on Black Feminist Interdisciplinarity

Zakiyyah Iman Jackson on Black Feminist Interdisciplinarity

Update: 2020-05-27
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What would happen if we threw out the boundaries between academic disciplines? How would our collective histories, conflicts, and corporealities change if we stopped assuming that art, science, and politics have ever been separate projects?

Today's guest, Zakiyyah Iman Jackson, argues that the complexity of blackness and gender reveal the deep imbrications of all of these projects at the bedrock of what it means to be human.

In episode 112 of the Imagine Otherwise podcast, host Cathy Hannabach interviews feminist scholar Zakiyyah Iman Jackson about her new book and the role of blackness in defining the human both historically and in our current world, how black feminist interdisciplinarity offers tools for resisting complex social violences, and why helping art and scholarship foment minor revolutions is how Zakiyyah imagines otherwise.

Transcript and show notes: https://ideasonfire.net/112-zakiyyah-iman-jackson

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Zakiyyah Iman Jackson on Black Feminist Interdisciplinarity

Zakiyyah Iman Jackson on Black Feminist Interdisciplinarity

Cathy Hannabach