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Displacements, decolonization & diasporas

Displacements, decolonization & diasporas

quand : 31/01/2019 - 19h00

lieu : Hart House, Toronto, 7 Hart House Cir, Toronto, ON M5S 3H3, Canada , Toronto

pays : Canada


The Night of Ideas in Toronto will gather more than thirty authors, researchers, scientists, artists and activists from Canada and France for a night of debates around immigration and borders. Among other themes, zones of detention, forced migrations, understanding of one another, decolonization of the minds and re-enchantment of the future will be discussed. The event will be opened by the author Alain Mabanckou at 7.15 pm.


Alain Mabanckou, Author and professor in Francophone literature at the University of California, Los Angeles

Mawena Yehouessi, Founder of the Black(s) to the Future collective

Aguibou Bougobali Sanou, Choreographer

Fabienne Brugère, Philosopher

Marine Denis, PhD in public and environemental law

Catherine Crowston, Director of the Art Gallery of Alberta

Jonathan Shaughnessey, Curator of the National Gallery of Canada

Indu Vashist, Curator

Toleen Touq, Curator

Anne Bordeleau, Architect at the Waterloo School of Architecture

Hanna Gros, Advocate specialised in the refugees rights

Rasha Elendari, Member of the Newcomer Students Association

Lisa Jackson, Artist, Bildaaban : First Light Project

Sarah Sharma, Associate professor at the Centre for Culture and Technology

Divya Mehra, Artist

Marc Carbonell, Member of the rescue team of SOS Méditerranée


Barbara Fischer, Executive director of the Art Musem

Alison Mountz, Professor at the Canada Research Chair in Global Migration

Tong Lam, Director of the Global Taiwan Studies Program