Date: Tuesday November 1st, 2011
Time: 3:00-5:00 p.m.
Location: Munk School, 1 Devonshire Place, Rm 208N
Speaker: T.L. Cowan, Assistant Professor (on leave) Women’s & Gender Studies Program, Interdisciplinary Centre for Culture & Creativity, and Department of English, University of Saskatchewan
Title: “How it Feels to Hold Several Balls (in the air) at Once: The Dialectical Aesthetics of Feminist & Queer Cabaret”
Speaker: Jessica Fields, Associate Professor of Sociology, San Francisco State University
Title: “A Worried Lot: U.S. Voters and the Affective Grounds of Sex Education for Queer Youth”
Speaker: Trish Salah, Instructor, Women’s & Gender Studies Program, Interdisciplinary Centre for Culture & Creativity, and Department of English, University of Saskatchewan
Title: “Masculine Energy Entering the Room,” or A Close Reading of What Trans Misogyny Feels Like”
Speaker: Aparna Mishra Tarc, Assistant Professor of Education, York University
Title: “The Queer Character of Race Relations”
This event is co-sponsored by the Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies and the Centre for the Study of the United States.