Complex, Competing Intimacy in Post-Colonial Imaginative Ecographies
Sangeeta Ray, University of Maryland and Miami alumna
Attend Sangeeta Ray’s talk. Ray will discuss complex and competing intimacies in the way we imagine ecologies and geographies in postcolonial spaces (former colonies of empires like the British, French, and so forth). What does she mean by “intimacy”? What makes them complex? What or whose imaginations are in competition? What spatial environments is she talking about?
What did you hear in her talk that overlaps with conversations we have had in class about race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, nation, or ability?
I know you can’t physically attend the lecture and the website announcing this event does not give the lecture itself. However there are a few articles by him online discussing various about it. Therefore I agree you intend to read this material and then respond to the order questions based on this.