“Rethinking Chemical Exposures towards Decolonial Futures”
Professor of History & Women and Gender Studies Institute
University of Toronto
Thursday, April 19, 2018
8417 Social Science
How does settler colonialism shape the ways chemical exposures are currently studied and monitored? This talk discusses how settler colonial logics are embedded in the infrastructures and epistemic habits by which chemical exposures are rendered legible and at the same time erased. It points to ways chemical exposures might be rethought towards decolonial futures.