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Unsettled Subjects/Unsettling Landscapes: Confronting Questions of Architecture in C. L. R. James's The Black Jacobins

Authors: Nick Beech , Derin Fadina , Ana Betancour , Tania Sengupta , Emily Mann , Robin Schuldenfrei , Kavitha Ravikumar , Catalina Mejía Moreno

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    Unsettled Subjects/Unsettling Landscapes: Confronting Questions of Architecture in C. L. R. James's The Black Jacobins

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Abstract

We begin by acknowledging all those who live in present danger to their lives, their livelihoods and their loved ones: surviving and resisting the exploitation, subordination and marginalisation exacted by that system of racialised practices, structures and knowledges that we know of as colonialism. We acknowledge them in solidarity and recognise their struggle, offering as they do not just resistance but histories and practices of life. We will continue to seek counter-hegemonic socialist, feminist and decolonial knowledges, practices and affects in our work with one another as grounded beings in and of this only Earth.

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Beech, N. & Fadina, D. & Betancour, A. & Sengupta, T. & Mann, E. & Schuldenfrei, R. & Ravikumar, K. & Mejía Moreno, C., (2022) “Unsettled Subjects/Unsettling Landscapes: Confronting Questions of Architecture in C. L. R. James's The Black Jacobins”, field 8(1), 145–168.

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01 Mar 2022
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