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Title: Kristie Dotson
Accumulating Epistemic Power: The Case of Joe Scarborough on
In her, December 3rd, 2014, Salon piece, “White American’s Scary Delusion:
Why Its Sense of Black Humanity is So Skewed,” Brittney Cooper labels the
stupefaction many people have in the face of today’s Black rage an
“epistemology problem.” It is a problem, she explains, of people utilizing
inadequate frameworks for understanding “reasonable” responses to
relentless state sanctioned violence against Black people. In this paper, I
lend support to Cooper’s claim by outlining the accumulation of epistemic
power that appears to result in a kind of oblivion concerning realities for
Black people and police conduct. Ultimately, I claim that some
accumulations of epistemic power can lead to resilient oblivion, i.e.
impaired schedules of salience.
When: Wed 8 Nov 2017 13:00 – 14:30 Eastern Time - Melbourne, Sydney
Where: Muniment Room
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