Anti-blackness in China : approach, aporia, action
The Chinese in Africa / Africans in China Research Network Conference Organising Committee in collaboration with the Centre for Cultural Research and Development at Lingnan University, Hong Kong
CAAC2021 3rd Online Mini-symposium : On Anti-Black and Anti-Chinese Sentiments
Online Session via Zoom
Kun Huang offers some observations and reflections from researching anti-Blackness in China and from engaging in anti-racist work among the Chinese-speaking communities.
Huang, K. (2021, March 26). Anti-blackness in China: Approach, aporia, action [Video podcast]. Retrieved from https://commons.ln.edu.hk/videos/860/
KUN Huang is PhD Candidate at the Department of Comparative Literature at Cornell University. Her dissertation explores the translation of racial blackness in modern Chinese literature and culture in the long twentieth century. Born and raised in Guangzhou, her project grapples with the global transactions of racial forms and their unaccounted “Chinese” manifestations. Her research has been supported by the Henry Luce Foundation/ACLS Program in China Studies and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. She also writes public-facing commentaries regarding anti-blackness in China, and translates literary and cultural critiques by Black feminist writers. Her writing has been published on positions politics, South of the South, Wenxue（《文學》）, and Sixiangshichang（《澎湃思想市场》）.