This panel and discussion session will bring together geographers whose work is informed by, or centers on, social reproduction. We consider how social reproduction takes place across a range of sites and scales, including the “housework” of imprisoned immigrants, children as actors in “life’s work,” mimesis and imagination in partitioned school spaces, Black radicalism and new modes of social reproduction against premature death, and “childhood as spectacle.” We also consider social reproduction in relation to other theoretical concepts, such as racial capitalism and uneven geographies. We invite participants to join us in a discussion on how to center, or expand, the concept of social reproduction, as well as think through related methodological questions.
|Panelist||Marlene Nava Ramos CUNY - Graduate Center||7|
|Panelist||Caroline Loomis CUNY - Graduate Center||7|
|Panelist||Olivia Ildefonso CUNY - Graduate Center||7|
|Panelist||Denisse Andrade The Graduate Center, CUNY||7|
|Discussant||Cindi Katz CUNY Graduate Center||20|
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