My contribution to the 6th International Conference on Community Psychology (6ICCP), in Durban, RSA, 27.5.16 – 30.5.16

I delivered two papers at the conference.

Keeping it Real? Research as Intervention, Youth Activism and Community Empowerment via the use of Participatory Arts

Here is a link to my presentation  I made about my Keeping it Real? project (also included some twitter buzz). The paper examines the hidden processes of community relationship building in the preparation for a research project. This paper very much builds on the themes I explored in 5ICCP

The ‘Black’ Face of Eurocentrism: What’s Whiteness Got To Do With It?

Here is my concept paper with a Storify from the round table discussion, Underneath Blackness, led by Dr Deanne Bell. My paper and extended Storify critical reflections map out my view that the market disrupts the process of the embodiment of ‘blackness’ via its capacity to reorientate the psychic interior of ‘blackness’. I also argue that ‘blackness’ is only kept alive as a market relation, as its real world, embodied forms are too heterogeneous for it to have any real meaning.

Once you click on ‘concept paper’, you will need to scroll down to 6ICCP for my material.

 

Related Posts

5th International Conference on Community Psychology, Fortaleza, Brazil, 3.9.14 – 6.9.14

Black Men and Racial Patriarchy, SOAS, London, 20.10.14

What’s the Problem with Black Masculinities? 3.2.15

On Annie Lennox and erasure: Black Feminism, 30.10.14

Book Release – Urban Dialectics, The Market and Youth Engagement: The ‘Black’ Face of Eurocentrism? 22.1.15

Book Alert – International Perspectives of Multiculturalism: The Ethical Challenges, 21.4.15

Book Release – International Perspectives of Multiculturalism: The Ethical Challenges, 3.1.16

Please visit my Academia.edu page

About ornettedclennon

Composer, Musician, Visiting Enterprise Fellow, NCCPE Public Engagement Ambassador. Dr Clennon is also a Lecturer in Arts and Community Practices in the Contemporary Arts Department at Manchester Metropolitan University.
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