Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas Studies, College of Ethnic Studies, San Francisco State University
SATURDAY June 3rd Session 2: 12:00pm - 1:50pm
This panel bring together colleagues from different disciplines and teaching locations to historicize and contextualize teaching Palestine in its multiple manifestations and nuanced dialectics while also providing a much needed space to think through how to teach, design syllabi, move between the inside of the classroom and the outside of campus, and above all hold ourselves accountable to a complex, nuanced and exciting intellectual line of inquiry.
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Teach-in on Palestine: Colonialism, Resistance and Justice
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Islamic Studies Institute, McGill University
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San Francisco State University
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Rabab Abdulhadi is Senior Scholar in Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas Studies and Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies/Race and Resistance Studies and Affiliated Graduate Faculty in the Sexuality Studies Program at San Francisco State University. She is co-founder and editorial board member of the Islamophobia Studies Journal; co-editor of Arab and Arab American Feminisms: Gender, Violence and Belonging; co-author of Mobilizing Democracy: Changing US Policy in the Middle East and academic and public intellectual in Arabic and English. Abdulhadi is co-Chair of Feminists for Justice in Palestine, National Women’s Studies Association (NWSA); a founding member of California Scholars for Academic Freedom and the U.S. Campaign for Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel USACBI). Abdulhadi is a member of Policy Advisors of Al-Shabaka and the International Advisory Board of the World Congress of Middle East Studies (WOCMES). She is a co-founder and member of the Palestinian International Coordinating Committee and the U.S. Coordinator of the Campaign to Repeal 100 Years of the Balfour Declaration. She co-founded the General Union of Palestinian Students (GUPS), the Palestine Solidarity Committee (PSC) and the Union of Palestinian Women’s Association in North America (UPWA). Abdulhadi has organized several delegations to Palestine including the first Indigenous and Women of Color Feminist Delegation to Palestine (2011); the 2014 Academic and Labor Delegation and the 2016 US Prisoner, Labor and Academic Delegation.
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Susan R.
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Director, Art Forces
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Susan Greene is an interdisciplinary artist, educator and clinical psychologist. Through public art and media Greene’s practice navigates borders, decolonization, environmental justice and memory. Greene’s current work explores the augmentation of site-specific murals using analogue and digital technologies that provide easy access to contextual data and facilitates viewer engagement and connection. Greene conducts research on the intersections of trauma, creativity, resilience and resistance. In 2001, she founded and directs Art Forces, a multimedia project that spans streets of Oakland CA to refugee camps in Palestine and Lebanon.
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Hunter College-CUNY, film studies
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