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Postcolonial Networks brings together scholars, activists, and leaders with the urgency of a movement to foster decolonized relationships, innovative scholarship, and social transformation.

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Keeping the Match Lit for a Queer Future: Remembering José Estaban Muñoz

December 8th, 2013|

"The absence of his voice is a great loss. The coverage, perspective, and sheer inspiration of thought must be taken up as a charge for the next generation. His work must now live on in others."

Black and Anabaptist?: A Radical Ecclesiology and Prophetic Witness in the Empire

August 12th, 2013|

"I began to see America not as the innocent hand of God in the world but as one aligned with the portrayals, offered by Israelite witnesses, of Egypt, Babylon, Assyria, and Rome at the peaks of their oppressive empires."

Pictures from Buenos Aires meeting held in honor of Marcella Althaus-Reid

July 23rd, 2013|

Check out these pictures from the Buenos Aires meeting held in honor of Marcella Althaus-Reid!

Seven Minutes in Panama: 42 and the Comforts of Civil Rights

June 20th, 2013|

"Our strivings for global justice stand to gain from the discomfort that a tragic register engenders. As we celebrate Jackie, and deservedly so, let us also recall that which his legend obscures, neglects, and silences."

A Christian Reflection on Postcolonial Theology for the Postmodern World

May 26th, 2013|

"Sociologically speaking, 'reality' is developed by the dominant culture. However, deconstruction and reconstruction are helpful notions. When 'reality' is deemed unfair, unjust, and oppressive, we can recreate and restructure it."

Toyota

May 6th, 2013|

"what’s on his mind squatting in the shade sugar cane in his right hand dark brown skin wearing a worn shirt labeled lifang"

A Review of Judith Halberstam’s The Queer Art of Failure (Durham: Duke University Press, 2011).

May 5th, 2013|

". . . it seems clear that the desirability of a feminist politic that does not speak or activate is dependent on positions of privilege within the silencing system in the first place."