The 2019 theme questions how interdisciplinary, intersectional analyses can help to dissect our historical moment and envision alternative futures. We seek to build from and think with the “Resistance” movements that have arisen in response to authoritarianism, genocide, dispossession, and extractive capitalism. We encourage proposals that advance expansive platforms for transformative change and modeled practices that prefigure more just relationships. Drawing inspiration from Hawaiʻi and the Pacific, we ask how situated ways of knowing and doing can enhance our scholarly research, practice, and accountability to multiple publics.
Thursday, November 7, 2019 (All day) to Sunday, November 10, 2019 (All day)