'In-between Dialogue, Difference and Dissidence', with Shweta Singh, in ERC project ‘A Gendered International Law of Peace’ organised by Goldsmiths Law's Dr Sheri Labenski
What insights do folk couplets called ‘Landay’- an oral, and often anonymous song by Pashtun women in Afghanistan bring to us, when we think about gender, and peace education? How does an intersectional lens push us to think differently about both what is labelled as gender and peace education, and also what is not labelled as gender and peace education? Is the trajectory of peace education about paying attention to the ‘politicization of experiences’, and re-centering our gaze to the language of dialogue, difference and dissidence?
This event is part of the Gender, Peace, Education and International Law Symposium run by Dr Sheri Labenski held under the ERC project ‘A Gendered International Law of Peace’.
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|28 Oct 2021
|10:00am - 11:00am
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