January 4-6, 2017 6pm-9pm Eastern
*epistemologies = ways of knowing
The Spill Series is a monthly group of 10 webinars activating the literary archive, technology and text of Spill: Scenes of Black Feminist Fugitivity as a resource for our far-flung community of freedom seekers. (You don’t have to have read Spill to participate, but you might as well read it anyway
Fugitive Epistemologies is based on the first chapter of Spill “How She Knew” and honors black women’s intimate ways of knowing. Drawing on the chapter’s literary influences (Audre Lorde, Toni Morrison, Gwendolyn Brooks) and using the chapter itself as oracle and meditation, the purpose of the intensive is to start the new year and time of this renewed blatantly violent global regime with access to forms of knowing that go beyond the dominant news media, beyond intellectual reaction catch phrases and beyond the systemic pull of institutions to make fear fundable.
This online intensive is for freedom-seekers who are interested in intimate knowing, knowing otherwise, refusal as knowledge and trusting forms of knowledge that have been criminalized. Some of the forms of knowledge we will explore together will include working with dreams, divination, internal and external meditation and recipes.
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 2nd.