chapter  14
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Student Viscosities: A Conversation about the Micropolitics of Race

An Interview with Arun Saldanha
WithBessie P. Dernikos, Nancy Lesko, Stephanie D. McCall, Alyssa D. Niccolini

You have stated that Beverly Tatum’s book, Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria, sparked ideas about how your work on race, viscosity, and bodies might be useful in education. Can you describe the connections between your work on race, bodies, and viscosity in Goa trance events and in educational contexts, such as school classrooms and cafeterias?