Introduction

  1. Protests and Pedagogy: The Legacies of Caribbean Student Resistance and the Sir George Williams Protest, Montreal 1969
  2. Ronald Cummings, Nalini Mohabir
  3. pp. 1-24
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Essays

  1. Fire in the Mainframe: The Sir George Williams Computer Center Occupation of 1969 as Narrative
  2. Kaie Kellough
  3. pp. 25-32
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  1. The Colour of Our Skin
  2. Heidi McKenzie
  3. pp. 33-40
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  1. Recollections of Sir George Williams University
  2. Robert Walker
  3. pp. 41-47
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Interview

Articles

  1. Critical Curating as Decolonial Practice: Protests and Pedagogy: Representations, Memories and Meanings—Anatomy of an Exhibition
  2. Christiana Abraham
  3. pp. 67-93
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  1. Lessons from Protests and Pedagogy: Caribbean Feminism and Radicalism, Past and Present
  2. Océane Jasor
  3. pp. 94-111
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  1. Ninth Floor Troubles
  2. Leslie Sanders
  3. pp. 112-122
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  1. Black Radicalisms in Canada and the Politics of Respectability in Austin Clarke's In Your Crib
  2. Cornel Bogle
  3. pp. 123-136
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  1. In the Legacy of Marronage: The Sir George Williams Affair and Acts of Refusal, Protest, and Care
  2. Kelann Currie-Williams
  3. pp. 137-149
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Special Forum on Black Studies in Canada

Guest edited by Ronald Cummings

  1. The Spook Who Sat by the Door: Creating Black Studies in the Canadian Academy
  2. Afua Cooper
  3. pp. 150-158
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  1. Who Gets To Do Medicine: Black Canadian Studies and Medical Education
  2. OmiSoore H. Dryden
  3. pp. 159-174
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  1. Grappling with the Fragmentations: Black Feminisms, African Feminisms and the Possibilities of Black Geographies in Canada
  2. Grace Adeniyi-Ogunyankin
  3. pp. 175-184
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  1. "Why Me?": Questions of Racial Equity and Institutional Racism in Academia
  2. Shirley Anne Tate
  3. pp. 185-192
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Carceral Cultures/Carceral Logistics Continued

  1. Letting Madness In: Toward Hospitality without Incarceration
  2. Richard Ingram
  3. pp. 193-203
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Book Reviews

  1. Policing Black Lives: A Critical Book Review
  2. Abbey LeJeune, Gül Çalışkan
  3. pp. 204-208
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  1. The Mediocrity Complex
  2. Marc James Léger
  3. pp. 208-212
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