Bhabha/Wilson/Rasheed: A Conversation on Cultural Appropriation, Representation and Free Speech, 05/02/18
Please join postcolonial scholar and Harvard professor Homi Bhabha and artists Fred Wilson and Kameelah Janan Rasheed for a panel discussion on the ethics and aesthetics of cultural appropriation, the ideals and limits of free speech and the politics of representation in the US today. The panel will be moderated by Kameelah Janan Rasheed, Associate Professor and Department Head of History of Art & Visual Culture at RISD.
Please submit questions, concerns or issues that you would like raised during the conversation to Prof. Maltz-Leca by April 25, 2018 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This event was conceived and organized by Paula Gaetano-Adi, associate professor and programs head of Experimental & Foundation Studies and Leora Maltz-Leca, associate professor and department head of History of Art & Visual Culture, with the support of Interim Provost Tracie Constantino and Dean of Experimental & Foundation Studies Joanne Stryker. It is hosted by the divisions of Experimental & Foundation Studies and Liberal Arts in partnership with the Provost’s Office as a part of RISD’s Social Equity and Inclusion Initiative.