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Friday, May 19 • 11:15am - 12:45pm
Feeling Abolition Through Nonlinear Timescales

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Incorporating trans femme writer Che Gossett's notion of abolition as "becoming-with," this workshop will feel out abolitionist trajectories. The source material and subject matter for the discussion ranges from Andean art, Elysia's family's oral history, Spanish colonial texts from Pachakuti Yamqui and Guaman Poma, and archive images from museums in the North & South. The class will be free-form, honoring disability in a place of academic posturing. 


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Elysia Crampton

Elysia Crampton is a Bolivian-American musician, writer, and abolitionist.   She began making music under the moniker E+E (“Y-[and]-Y” -spanish for “And & And”), collaborating for years with like-minded friends from around the world such as Chino Amobi, Dj Why Be, and Lexxi (musician and founder of the infamous Endless events in London), gaining a devout following within experimental music and coining a unique... Read More →


Friday May 19, 2017 11:15am - 12:45pm
Carolina Theatre, Cinema 2 309 W Morgan St, Durham, NC 27703

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