International Womxn’s Week Keynote Address: Nitasha Dhillon

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Womxn in Design‘s sixth annual International Womxn’s Week convenes a weeklong series of events that gathers members of the Harvard GSD community and beyond to celebrate and cultivate new ways of thinking about gender and power.


Nitasha Dhillon has a B.A. in Mathematics from St Stephen’s College, University of Delhi, and attended the Whitney Independent Study Program in New York and School of International Center of Photography. She holds a Ph.D. from the Department of Media Study – University of Buffalo in New York. She along with Amin Husain is MTL Collective, a collaboration that joins research, aesthetics, and action in its practice. 

MTL is a founding member of Tidal: Occupy Theory, Occupy Strategy and Anemones, two in-print movement-generated theory magazines; Strike Debt and Rolling Jubilee, Direct Action Front for Palestine; Global Ultra Luxury Faction (G.U.L.F.); and most recently MTL+, the collective facilitating Decolonize This Place. At present, in addition to being involved in Strike MoMA working group of the International Imagination of Anti-national and Anti-imperialist Feelings (IIAAF), MTL is in post-production on a feature-length experimental documentary about land, life, and liberation in occupied Palestine.

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