Exploring the somatics of liberation requires a community of varying experience, research, perspectives, abilities, and interests. We hope to help build this community with projects and proposals. We’re open to suggestions, too. Contact us here.
Projects we're currently sponsoring:
Since June 2020, we've been meeting weekly on Zoom to inquire, share, and explore our work in light of racism and oppression, and vice versa.
If you'd like to join the conversation, see our Zoom group schedule below:
To see past and upcoming open meetings, whether general or focused discussion, visit our blog posts tagged #meeting.
We're interested in helping to grow more small groups. Ours has been so helpful to us.
If you're interested in joining one, please use the form below to sign up for our newsletter. We'll get in touch as the next group is planned.
Launching in Fall 2020, we welcome SI practitioners from all backgrounds and institutions to join us on si-discourse.org!
We sought to create a discussion forum where practitioners can share knowledge, questions, and experiences to encourage greater camaraderie and shared learning.
Discourse is an open source platform, which allows for open discussion without complicit participation in for-profit platforms with questionable privacy and political practices.
James, Robin. “Oppression, Privilege, and Aesthetics: The Use of the Aesthetic in Theories of Race, Gender, and Sexuality, and the Role of Race, Gender and Sexuality in Philosophical Aesthetics.”Philosophy Compass8, No. 2 (2013): 101-116.
Adrienne marie brown, Pleasure Activism
Sonya Renee Taylor, The Body is Not an Apology