Interview with Savannah Shange

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Title

Interview with Savannah Shange

Subject

Feminist Studies; Race; Blackness; Anthropology; Queer Theory; Performance; Pedagogy

Description

This is an interview with Savannah Shangey who is an Assistant Professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz where they teach in the Anthropology department. In this interview Shangey talks about how she always looks for how blackness shows up, typically in an educational environment, and how the afterlife of slavery is being lived in this moment by a variety of people. They also talk about ways in which gender and sexuality are not just vectors of oppression, but also of liberation. They also talk about how pedagogy is in the classroom, but it also about how you teach someone to be something, so for them she learnt that on the dance floor as those spaces were places where someone would figure out their identity.

Creator

Remtulla, Amrin
Shangey, Savannah

Publisher

Unpublished

Date

2019-09-14

Contributor

Feminist and Queer Pedagogies Workshop, College of Wooster, funded by the Hewlett-Melon Foundation

Rights

Presented With Permission From Savannah Shangey

Format

Mp4

Language

eng

Type

Moving Image

Identifier

Savannah_Shangey-Interview.Mp4

Coverage

Wooster

Files

Citation

Remtulla, Amrin and Shangey, Savannah, “Interview with Savannah Shange,” WGSS at Wooster: Past, Present, and Future , accessed July 22, 2024, https://woosterdigital.org/wgssatwoo/items/show/86.