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ASNAMST 126: The Labors of Care

Conversations around care have been experiencing a resurgence, particularly as the COVID-19 pandemic, racial and gendered violence, and environmental degradation has exacerbated crises across Black, Indigenous, and immigrant communities. Care has been discussed in multiple ways, from viral social media content on self care; the plight of essential workers; the increasing demands to care for elders, disabled loved ones, and children; to conversations around care in social movement settings, such as practices of mutual aid. In this course, we will be engaging in these conversations around care and care labor as it relates to Asian, Pacific Islander, and Native Hawaiian communities. We will be delving into theoretical conversations around care as it relates to racial capitalism, migration, patriarchy, and white supremacy. We will be analyzing care in its multiple facets, from understanding how care labor has been often relegated to immigrant women and women of color, interrogating self ca more »
Conversations around care have been experiencing a resurgence, particularly as the COVID-19 pandemic, racial and gendered violence, and environmental degradation has exacerbated crises across Black, Indigenous, and immigrant communities. Care has been discussed in multiple ways, from viral social media content on self care; the plight of essential workers; the increasing demands to care for elders, disabled loved ones, and children; to conversations around care in social movement settings, such as practices of mutual aid. In this course, we will be engaging in these conversations around care and care labor as it relates to Asian, Pacific Islander, and Native Hawaiian communities. We will be delving into theoretical conversations around care as it relates to racial capitalism, migration, patriarchy, and white supremacy. We will be analyzing care in its multiple facets, from understanding how care labor has been often relegated to immigrant women and women of color, interrogating self care, to examining how care labor has been performed across Asian, Pacific Islander, and Native Hawaiian communities. Later on in the course, we will move from theories of care to practices of care, particularly looking at the histories of radical care in social movements. We will examine what care looks like in creating a new world rooted in justice and liberation, particularly self care, collective care, and care as it relates to topics such as disability justice, abolition, and decolonization.
Terms: Win | Units: 3-4
Instructors: Nasol, K. (PI)
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