How is education implicated in racial capitalism? How have theories inspired by the Movement for Black Lives disrupted the dehumanising logics of racial capitalism?
In this series of talks, we hear from authors who have explored the relationship between education and racial capitalism and the possibilities for Black liberation.
Introduction: Engaging with the concept of racial capitalism, conversation led by Dr Sharon Walker, University of Bristol
Schooling as Plantation: Racial Capitalism and Plantation Legacies in Corporatized Education Reform in Liberia, talk by Tyler Hook, University of Wisconsin-Madison
The Racial Politics of Transnational Policy Borrowing in Education, talk by Dr Amelia Simone Herbert, Barnard College, New York City
Key readings on racial capitalism – Reading group conversation, facilitated by Professor Arathi Sriprakash, University of Oxford
Racial Capitalism, Education and Resistance in South Africa, talk by Professor Salim Vally, University of Johannesburg, in collaboration with Bristol Conversations in Education.