Ashon Crawley

Ashon Crawley is Assistant Professor of Ethnic Studies at University of California, Riverside. His research and teaching experiences are in the areas of Black Studies, Performance Theory and Sound Studies, Philosophy and Theology, Black Feminist and Queer theories. He is completing his first book project, Blackpentecostal Breath: The Aesthetics of Possibility, which investigates aesthetics and performance as modes of collective, social imaginings otherwise.


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Stayed | Freedom | Hallelujah

Habeas Viscus is a book that offers us a vital framework for imagining a world where race — where human life — might be otherwise than it is....

Stayed | Freedom | Hallelujah
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