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12/10/2020: “Black Feminist Hauntology: Rememory the Ghosts of Abolition?” by Viviane Saleh-Hanna

Today's #AntiAbleistComposition feature is "Black Feminist Hauntology: Rememory the Ghosts of Abolition?" by Viviane Saleh-Hanna. The article is published in Champ penal/Penal field's vol. 12 (2015) and is available via open access. From the abstract: This paper uses what Toni Morrison named ‘rememory’ in Beloved (1987) to redefine what Jacques Derrida named ‘hauntology’ in Specters … Continue reading 12/10/2020: “Black Feminist Hauntology: Rememory the Ghosts of Abolition?” by Viviane Saleh-Hanna

12/2/2020: “The BlackFeministCompositionist’s Guide to the Colonial and Imperial Violence of Schooling Today” by Carmen Kynard

Today's #AntiAbleistComposition feature is "This Bridge: The BlackFeministCompositionist's Guide to the Colonial and Imperial Violence of Schooling Today" by Carmen Kynard. The essay is published in the 26:2-3 issue of Feminist Teacher (2016). The BlackFeministCompositionist's Guide to the Colonial and Imperial Violence of Schooling TodayPDF file