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Alanna Prince (PhD ’23), Liz Polcha (PhD ’19), and Victoria Papa (PhD ’16) on Care and the Contingencies of Critique

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Alanna Prince (PhD ’23), Liz Polcha (PhD ’19), and Victoria Papa (PhD ’16) have been featured alongside colleagues Laura Dickstein Thompson, Ittai Orr, and Levi Prombaum on ASAP/Journal‘s website for a roundtable on two collaborative digital scholarship efforts: CARE SYLLABUS, a “justice-oriented public education and community resource hosted by Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts and MASS MoCA,” and Insurrect!, an “online publication devoted to anti-colonial frameworks and critiques of racial capitalism in Early American Studies.” The roundtable explores how the projects advance radical, interdisciplinary, and community care-centric practices to combat harm caused by dominant narratives and contingent labor in academia.

Read the full roundtable here.

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