Tag Archives: willfulness

Between Parts

My project on willfulness ended up being a project about parts. I didn’t start with them: they just kept coming up! Willful Subjects is full of them and the promise as well as terror of their agency. How did this happen? I … Continue reading

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When Things Stop

Having a research blog has helped me to appreciate how each project is like a stepping stone. A stepping stone is often a stone we step on in order to step onto another stone. But we don’t have to assume this “in order to” … Continue reading

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Imposition

You know that feeling when you arrive into a room and you feel like you are imposing? Say you end up with a group of people who know each other really well. Everyone is polite and attentive. And then the conversation … Continue reading

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Willful Subjects

We have a cover for the book! It will be out in August/October this year depending on where you are. Willful subjects are restless. What an army.

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Freedom to Roam

Today I sent my book, Willful Subjects, off to the press. Away they go! Why do I refer to the book as “they”. It feels like “they.” Over the course of researching and writing for my willfulness project (I began … Continue reading

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Black feminism as Life-Line

The presentation copied below was from a Black feminist event that took place in 2012 at the Trafford Rape Crisis Centre (http://traffordrapecrisis.com/Conference.html). It was an extraordinary event for me, one of the very few events that I have been to where … Continue reading

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