Activity: Talk or presentation types › Invited talk
This talk will examine the transformation of relations between knowledge, identity, and place the audiovisual era. A phenomenology of the flicker will be used to rethink the digital identity politics of gender and race in videographic thought. What is videographic thought and what doe sit mean to take such thinking literally in the context of ongoingly colonial and patriarchal logocentric institutions like the university? How can an intersectional feminist ethics of identification, enacted for example through the performance of "as" statements, be extended through radically interdisciplinary forms of videographic thought and knowledge?