To contemplate the conditions of possibility for inclusion. Insofar as inclusion is an act of normalisation, when and how can inclusion move beyond the surveillance and containment of difference.

 

These questions are examined through an engagement with diversity festivals. 

To explicate coloniality as an analytic that can comprehend the persistence of inequality and subjugation in the global organisation of work. 

 

Specifically, it underscores the imperative of confronting the ontological production of gender, sexual and racial difference in the creation of relations of domination and subjugation, and thus, in the institution and operation of work.

On the coloniality of work: Commercial surrogacy in India. 

Gender, Work, & Organisation

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Notes on the subaltern: Or, how postcolonial critique meets the perpetrator. 

Routledge International Handbook of Perpetrator Studies. 

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