Tag Archives: Decolonization

Pacific Spaces of Dispossession: Reflecting on Place and Memory in the Pacific Northwest and the Hawaiian Archipelago

“… for those of us learning and teaching about historic dispossessions, we are increasingly called upon to consider how the racism experienced by Asian migrants is connected to settler colonialism.”

Scholarship, Activism, and Solidarity: Reimagining the Academy with the Place + Space Collective

“What the collective does is that it creates a new space for these complaints to be framed as a collective matter. In that way, it tries to depersonalize the matter. It’s a move. I think it’s a very important move for people like myself in a department that’s predominantly white.”

Spaces of intervention: Reuben Rose-Redwood

“As scholars,” Reuben explained, “our work is embedded in various social and political contexts, so the question then becomes how do we […] seek to intervene within those relations of power.”