Časopis, který teprve začal, vydává speciální číslo k tématu “crip temporalities” a pořádá k němu kulatý stůl
This plenary roundtable features five contributors to the special issue of South Atlantic Quarterly on “Crip Temporalities” published this month, and is moderated by the issue’s co-editors Elizabeth Freeman and Ellen Samuels. This plenary, like the special issue, is deeply intersectional in practice and content and will focus particularly on how crip time is experienced in multiply-marginalized disability communities, including the impact of COVID-19 in the United States and globally on Black, Asian, Indigenous, and Latinx people. The five speakers on this plenary, Moya Bailey, Alison Kafer, Mariá Elena Cepeda, Mimi Khúc, and Jasbir Puar, will briefly talk about how their thinking on crip time has transformed over the year of the COVID-19 pandemic, across scholarly, activist, personal, and political realms. An open discussion with questions from the audience will follow, inviting all attendees to dream together what crip futures are possible in the pandemic and post-pandemic world.