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Margo Okazawa-Rey she/her
01:11:54
WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Adi Kuntsman
01:12:00
::::applaud::::::
sand (they/them)
01:12:06
THANK YOUUUU!!!! <3 <3 <3
Sandeep Bakshi
01:12:08
WOW
Macarena Gomez-Barris
01:12:23
Amazing, thank you!
Therese
01:12:24
Thank you so much, amazing talk!!
Sedina Fiati
01:12:25
Amazing!
C C (they/them)
01:12:29
thank you!
lanasirri
01:12:31
Thank you!!!
Heather Hermant
01:12:33
Brilliant, thank you so much!
Ronak G. (she/her)
01:12:34
Thank you!!
sand (they/them)
01:12:38
Also love the pug shirt :)
Sarah Switzer (she/her)
01:12:38
Thank you!
Fizza Mir
01:12:39
Thank you Jin! Wonderful!
Maya
01:12:40
this was amazing. thank you for connecting all the dots for us
Promona Sengupta
01:12:54
Thank you so very much. What a pleasure to listen to this.
Jian Neo Chen
01:12:56
Thank you for this amazing talk!
Margo Okazawa-Rey she/her
01:14:30
Jin, the Dots-Connector for the ages. Much love and respect, as always. “Academic Crush”. Great concept! LOL
Adi Kuntsman
01:22:19
Thank you so much, Jin - your talk is so moving and so spot on on multiple accounts. I particularly loved your co-created photo collection of masks , thinking about masks as acts of care. And thinking about disability justice -- and in this case, specifically about HoH and Deaf. There are some conversations happening about transparent masks to lip read and sign. What kind of creative choreography of sewing, creating, and being in/visible can we imagine and practice. This is obviously a question beyond practicality of how to sew a mask like that....
Kathy-Ann Tan (she/they)
01:25:43
Thank you so much, Jin! I loved your talk. Following up on what you just said — I really appreciated you bringing up the Caremongering movement in Canada, which I do think is important. I was wondering, though, what you make of the critique of the movement, e.g. Yvonne Su’s comment that it is a “happy washing” of the pandemic that effectively means that the state can shirk their responsibility and accountability (because citizens/people are stepping in for the government and the latter can over-rely on community solidarity amongst QTBPoC folx). Do you think there is perhaps a way that the Caremongering movement can do both? i.e. be empowering and supportive for QTBPoC communities, and yet *also* demand that the state be accountable? Here’s Su’s article: https://policyoptions.irpp.org/magazines/april-2020/caremongering-and-the-risk-of-happy-washing-during-a-pandemic/
Saboura Naqshband
01:27:22
True dat. <3
Gina Velasco
01:35:12
thanks so much, Jin! 💗
Macarena Gomez-Barris
01:35:44
This was a brilliant lecture, Jin, thank you. (And, Iris for organizing). I’m wondering if you could address the work that something like QT*BIPOC (including Indigenous) can do transnationally. So important to think both queer/trans* epistemes of abolition and decolonization — but of course I know the category Indigenous falls out in Europe. Also, the mention of the racial or what I’ve talked about as the colonial anthropocene. I’d love to hear more of your thoughts about how we interconnect these scales of analysis (maybe through queer decolonial and abolition epistemes actually).
Macarena Gomez-Barris
01:36:42
Thank you!!
Macarena Gomez-Barris
01:39:42
That’s okay! I’m really just thinking in the chat. Thank you for clarifying anti-Indigenous German racisms. Very helpful.
Saboura Naqshband
01:41:06
What do you make of the onslaught on decolonize thought/theory in France. Do you see that happening in Germany too? As part of the „reverse racism“ argument? (Sorry, I came in bit late but very much looking fwd to catching up with the recording inshallah) love Saboura
Juli S.
01:42:20
Excellent question!
camille turner
01:44:12
Thanks Jin. I appreciate and love your insistence on futurity! Your point about a critique of German scholars accused of negativity made me think about Afropessimism. Do you think there is a role for pessimism and using the idea of social death as a response to the present that propels us into the future?
Sandeep Bakshi
01:50:48
I love this idea of ‘different genealogies of care’ - thank you - something to reflect upon for me. Thank you!
Promona Sengupta
01:53:50
Thank you for the conversations. In terms of caste, because the casteist practice of untouchability in the subcontinent fall in so smoothly in line with the biomedical responses and solutions stipulated by WHO, the government and the medical fraternities (considering many medical schools in India threw up some of the most virulent anti-reservation "movements), cvid-19 has only redrawn the caste divide line and provided an alternative explanation to already existing "social distancing" violence in India, at least. Just a floating comment.
Rena Onat (she/her)
01:59:23
There was actually a Moment that preceded the article of Hengameh, that was read as aboliting the Police and it was the passing of a federal anti-discrimination law in Berlin (LADG) that Seehofer also commented as "craziness"
Silvia Posocco
01:59:42
Thank you for this amazing talk and discussion.
Ian Kaler
01:59:47
Thank you very much!
Agnes
01:59:54
Thank you!
Sandeep Bakshi
01:59:55
THANK YOU!
Adi Kuntsman
02:00:00
Thank you for the fantastic talk
thaoho
02:00:00
Thank you!!!
suzannelenon
02:00:00
Thank you for this, Jin! Thanks to the organizers for this as well.
Carl* (er)
02:00:01
this was great!!
MZ
02:00:03
Thanks Jin! Loved this talk
jonah
02:00:04
Thanks so much!
Ahmad
02:00:05
thanks so much for this 🧡
Saboura Naqshband
02:00:05
Thank you Jin and everyone <3
Maya
02:00:07
thank you so much
April Dell
02:00:07
thank you so much for this event and wisdom\
camille turner
02:00:09
Thank you! Was great to see you Jin.
Julie (she/her) Toronto
02:00:12
thank you!
Agnes
02:00:12
Great to see you!
Sarah Switzer (she/her)
02:00:13
thank you! this was such a good talk and discussion
Juli S.
02:00:13
Thank you so much!!
Melmun
02:00:31
Thank you!
Mar Fournier Pereira
02:00:44
thank you very much!