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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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a photo from a Wendy Red Star exhibition at MASS MoCA and the logo for Insurrect!

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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