Weds-Friday, January 11-13, 2017 6pm-9pm eastern
This intensive is for anyone interested in deepening their knowledge of womanist practice, expanding their idea of the archive, and finding ways to research and listen without reproducing patriarchal and capitalist values.
Drawing on Alice Walker’s work, her concept of work, her digging for Zora and her poetic invention of womanism, this intensive looks at Walker’s work itself as a planting, excavating and harvesting ground for generations of long-memoried, ready-to-be-nourished seekers. Invoking the work of Hortense Spillers, Michelle Wright, Saidiya Hartman, Katherine McKittrick, Cheryll Greene, Kai Barrow and more, this online intensive will be a place where we reconceptualize mothers, gardens, and the dirt that has (not yet) been done. Come ready to get virtually dirty and to dig deep.
Full tuition is sliding scale $185-225. Payment plans are available. Your deposit goes towards the full tuition.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your goals for the course by Monday January 9th.