PACTAC Video: Allison Weir
Allison Weir -- Is Non-Domination really Non-Interference? On Indigenous Conceptions and Practices of Freedom
We are very pleased to announce that the archived video from Professor Allison Weir's recent PACTAC presentation titled "Is Non-Domination really Non-Interference? On Indigenous Conceptions and Practices of Freedom" is now available at the PACTAC website:
Allison Weir is a Research Professor in Social and Political Thought at the Institute for Social Justice at the Australian Catholic University in Sydney. She is the author of Identities and Freedom (Oxford, 2013) and Sacrificed Logics: Feminist Theory and the Critique of Identity (Routledge, 1996). She is currently working on a project exploring and developing diverse, non-dominant conceptions of freedom, including Indigenous, Africana, Islamic, Buddhist, yogic, feminist, and queer conceptions, to consider how these relate to practices of decolonization and struggles for global justice.