Sara C Motta
University of Newcastle
Sara Motta is a proud Indigenous-Mestiza of Colombia Chibcha/Muisca, Eastern European Jewish and Celtic lineages currently living, loving and re-existiendo on the unceded lands of the Awabakal and Worimi peoples, NSW, so called Australia. She is mother curandera, popular educator and award-winning poet and political philosopher who is currently A/Professor in Politics at the University of Newcastle, NSW. Her latest book Liminal Subjects: Weaving (Our) Liberation (Rowman and Littlefield) was winner of the 2020 best Feminist Book, International Studies Associate (ISA). She has co-created numerous projects of decolonising education as healing sovereignties in Abya Yala, UK and Australia, is a founding member of the women’s/feminised survivors sanctuary project in Mulumbimba-Newcastle and is currently dreaming into being her next book (M)otherwise: a politics of the wilds.