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In conversation with Lisa Lowe

Luke de Noronha welcomes Lisa Lowe, Professor of American Studies and Ethnicity, Race and Migration, to talk about her book, The Intimacies of Four Continents, where she examines links between transatlantic slavery, Asian indenture, imperial trades and colonialism. Concerning liberalism, Lisa discusses how ideas of reason, civilisation and freedom are continually dividing the human according to a coloniality of power or a colonial division of humanities, affirming liberty for European man but subordinating the colonised and disposed. 


Transcript: www.ucl.ac.uk/racism-racialisation/transcript-conversation-lisa-lowe


This conversation was recorded on 19th July 2021


Speakers: Luke de Noronha, Lecturer in Race, Ethnicity & Postcolonial Studies, UCL Sarah Parker Remond Centre //  Lisa Lowe, Samuel Knight Professor of American Studies and Professor of Ethnicity, Race, and Migration, Director of American Studies Graduate Studies at Yale University

Executive producer: Paul Gilroy

Producer: Kaissa Karhu

Editor: Kaissa Karhu and Anita Langary


www.ucl.ac.uk/racism-racialisation/podcasts

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