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Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Department Undergraduate Offer Holder Open Day
Offer Holder Live Chat

Not a student here yet? Have you got some questions for us? Join us on the 22nd April for a live chat

GHCC-EMECC joint seminar - CANCELLED

A seminar with Arthur Asseraf, University of Oxford

Feminist Reading Group
English & Comparative Literary Studies - 16th Annual Edward Said Lecture
Oculus Building (OC 1.04), University of Warwick, Coventry

Dr. Brenna Bhandar will be giving this year's Edward Said lecture.


“Cultivating the soil: use, improvement and the colonial conditions of our present”


More details to follow, but in the mean time save the date!


The talk will take place on Wednesday April 22 (e.g. Week 1 of Term 3) at 6pm in the Oculus Building (OC 1.04), University of Warwick, Coventry


Brenna Bhandar’s scholarship examines colonial foundations of modern law, taking property (broadly conceived) as its main focus. This research culminated in the publication of Colonial Lives of Property: Law, Land and Racial Regimes of Ownership (Duke University Press, 2018), which excavates the co-emergence of racial subjectivities and modern property law in various settler colonies. She examines how from the 18th century onwards, prevailing concepts of race and racial difference, understood as always gendered in ways specific to each context, were forged in conjunction with economic ideologies that rendered race contingent on particular forms of labour and property relations – captured by the term “racial regimes of ownership.”


The lecture will be followed by a wine reception.

The lecture is free and open to the public