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Philosophy and Global Affairs
College of Arts & Sciences
“Surfacing” is the process of rediscovering one’s sense of self-determination from within a context of enduring domination, including systems of enduring domination, such as racism, capitalism, and patriarchy. “Enduring domination” is the afterlife of domination that carries on into the conditions and mentality of anyone affected by domination, even indirectly. This article riggs together a concept from the Capability Approach to human development, a process from intersectional, epistemic justice work, and some broad possibilities within social practice art around norm play and subversion to fill out a practice of wondering that helps its participants surface. It serves as a contribution to broadly decolonial work.
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Bendik-Keymer, Jeremy, "Of Life Beyond Domination: Capability Determination, Surfacing, Norm Play" (2023). Faculty Scholarship. 65.