Convivial Thinking offers spaces for like-minded to get together, learn from each other and co-create. Some results of these collaborations are collected here:
Scars and Scratches: A Collection of Protest Artworks co-created by Soumali Roy, Sayan Dey and Amit Singh
This project has emerged from a diverse set of social, cultural, and emotional scars, scratches, unsettlement, violence, marginalization, and resistances. The curators of this project come from diverse contexts. The contexts expand across the experiences across scratching back/at, talking back, aiming to also impact on, or leave a mark or scratch the face of convention/societal norms.
Please take your time to enjoy writing and artworks alike.
Vol. 52 No. 1 (2020) of Acta Academica contains the Special Focus: How do we know the world? Collective engagements with the (de)coloniality of development research and teaching. The Special Focus was guest edited by the Convivial Thinking Writing Collective.
Vol. 21 No 7 (2020) of the Journal for International Women’s Studies hosts a Special Issue on In Medias Res: Decolonial Interventions, which was co-created by Su-ming Khoo, anique vered, and Sayan Dey among a host of critical decolonial thinkers and activists.