Palestine

Stone Men: The Palestinians Who Built Israel

Stone Men: The Palestinians Who Built Israel Andrew Ross

Ross shows how the stones of historic Palestine, and Palestinian labor, have been used to build the state of Israel—in the process, constructing "facts on the ground"—even while the industry is central to Palestinians' own efforts to erec

What is Feminist Research: Leslie Quintanilla and Jennifer Mogannam

August 02, 2018

Indigeneity, settler colonialism, and borders are central frames for the feminist research of Ethnic Studies doctoral candidates Leslie Quinatanilla and Jennifer Mogannam.  Quintanilla’s research on the U.S.-Mexico border is in conversation with women of color feminism.  Mogannam examines what is happening in Palestine through a framework of settler colonialism.

Leslie Quintanilla and Jennifer Mogannam are PhD Candidates in Ethnic Studies at the University of California, San Diego.

What is Feminist Research: Dean Spade

June 21, 2018

Dean Spade discusses feminist frameworks for research and resistance in terms of the dynamic between the personal and political as well as the importance of compassion and care in the work to dismantle normative systems of hierarchy.  Centered in a racial and economic justice perspective, Spade uses pinkwashing as an example to raise questions about propaganda and skill building in community media reading practices.