Please join us for “Marking the roots/routes of racial capitalism: antiBlackness or elsewhere?: A conversation about the meaning, origins, and future directions of racial capitalism with Ms. Lua Yuille and Dr. Anansi Wilson.” This discussion will focus on the meaning, origins, and future directions of racial capitalism.
Lua Kamál Yuille serves on the faculties of the Northeastern University Law School and D’amore-McKim School of Business. Her current interdisciplinary work draws into conversation property law, heterodox economics, business law, critical pedagogy, and group identity. She is fluent in Spanish and Italian and credits her most enduring education to the varied experiences she has had as a praxivist doing service all over the world.
Dr. T. Anansi Wilson is an award-winning scholar of law, literary and cultural studies, a racial-justice strategist, and an author of creative nonfiction. T. Anansi Wilson employs critical race, black feminist, performance, and women & gender studies and legal methodologies to examine how instances and (extra) legal precedents of anti-Black violence and racial-sexual terror continue to frame and impact notions of Black being and citizenship. Dr. Wilson is also the founding director of the Center for the Study of Black Life and the Law at Mitchell Hamline School of Law.
This event is co-sponsored by the Law and Political Economy (LPE) Association at Harvard, Harvard Black Law Students Association (BLSA), Mitchell Hamline BLSA, the Center for Study of Black Life and the Law, and Mitchell Hamline Law Review.
Date: March 29, 2023
Time: 11:30AM-1:00PM CST
Location: Join in person (Mitchell Hamline Room 125) or on Zoom – Meeting ID 939 5536 0732 (Passcode: RacialCap One)