Abolitionist University Studies Residency
April 10th, 2023 - April 14th, 2023
At Berkeley: A Timeline
What happened before, during, and after Frederick Wiseman's documentary about UC Berkeley
A Conversation with Robin D.G. Kelley and Naomi R. Williams
"Solidarity is not something that comes out of starvation. It comes out of will."
A Chat about Permanent Crisis
We discuss the recent book by Paul Reitter and Chad Wellmon.
Situating IndigiData and Dark Laboratory
Data Sovereignty, Black and Indigenous Storytelling, and more
When Debt Is the Only Answer
A Review of Josh Mitchell's The Debt Trap: How Student Loans Became a National Catastrophe
On Disciplinary History and International Relations
"Scholars reliably produce unreliable accounts of the past of their own fields."
A Guide to the Discourse About Liberal Education
Some of our observations on the discursive categories we've identified.
What We Talked About When We Talked About Talking
When the Aydelotte started, we wanted to know: do faculty here still want to talk with each other across departmental and disciplinary lines about our intellectual work, our scholarship, our ideas?