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This essay offers a reflection on the relevance of leisure amidst current social unrest and the ways in which scholars thinking through leisure can attend to discussions part of social movements and radical resistances. This paper interrogates the ways leisure is bound up in socio-political...
In times of uncertainty, one would seek the light at the end of the tunnel for clarity. By using Bayo Akomolafe’s metaphor of finding darkness as a literary placeholder, I weave my personal narratives with scholars who refuse colonial assemblages and challenge what has been brought to light. I...
Black feminist thought is produced by and for Black women, but could it be applied by – be the conceptual lens for – others? How do/should I position myself as a white woman doing Black feminist work? How do I de-centre myself, centre Black voices, and also use the power that my whiteness...
In this paper, members of the Re-creation Collective offer key methodological practices that nourish us and our work together. These include deep visiting, intersectional praxis, (re)visiting accessibility, and accountability revisited. This methodological sharing is not intended to be...
We see relational mentorship as a move towards shared vulnerability, but also a relationship that is reciprocal, non-competitive, and non-authoritarian. We reflect on growth-spurring (and often uncomfortable) conversations about privilege, race, inaction, among other topics amidst social unrest...
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