Trajectories in Race and Diaspora: Entangled Histories and Affinities of Transgression

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Trajectories in Race and Diaspora: Entangled Histories and Affinities of Transgression
Journal Issue Pages: 216 Volume 28, Number 2 Published: December 2019 An issue of Qui Parle
This special issue intersects race and diaspora in a global context, presenting essays that explore the entangled histories of slavery, indentured servitude, and anticolonial resistance.
Contributors consider how race—an ontological category born of violence—produces edges, wounds, or incisions that nurture opportunities for further ontological transgressions. Resisting a narrative of continuity and linear phases, the authors reveal discontinuous, disjointed, and rupturous experiences of time, many of which exist outside history's fixed archive.

Contributors: Vilashini Cooppan, Jishnu Guha-Majumdar, Alexis Pauline Gumbs, Shireen Hamza, Donna Honarpisheh, Jonathan Jacob Moore, Poulomi Saha, Juana Catalina Becerra Sandoval, Parisa Vaziri, Calvin Warren, Michelle M. Wright

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