"Nous sommes les messagers d'une époque": Documenting Race and Resistance at the Euro-African Border
Debarati Sanyal, UC-Berkeley
Debarati Sanyal is Professor of French, affiliated with Critical Theory, The Center for Race and Gender, and European Studies at UC Berkeley. She is the author of The Violence of Modernity: Baudelaire, Irony and the Politics of Form, Memory and Complicity: Migrations of Holocaust Remembrance (translated as Mémoire et Complicité: au prisme de la Shoah), and has a book manuscript in progress on migrant testimony, aesthetics and resistance in the current European refugee ‘crisis.’ She has recently edited an issue of Critical Times titled Time and Politics in Contemporary Critique: Entanglements and Aftermaths.
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