Nalini Mohabir, Concordia University (Montreal)
Nalini Mohabir is an assistant professor of postcolonial and feminist geographies at Concordia University, in the department of Geography, Planning, and Environment. She is interested in the visual language of Caribbean artistic engagements which empower new understandings of difficult histories. She has published in various journals including Small Axe, ADVA, and Cultural Dynamics, and has contributed to exhibition catalogues as well (Andil Gosine, Sandra Brewster). She has a co-edited volume (with Ronald Cummings) entitled The Fire That Time: Black Transnational Radicalism and the Sir George Williams Occupation forthcoming (2021), as well as a special issue of Wasafiri (co-edited with Andil Gosine) on the Afterlives of Indenture, coming out in 2022. She is a member of the Protests and Pedagogy collective, and co-director (with Jill Didur) of the Colonial, Racial, and Indigenous Ecologies working group.