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April 9: Queer Africa with Desiree Lewis and Keguro Macharia


Queer Africa

the third in the series Globally Queer? — a talk with Desiree Lewis, Keguro Macharia, & Tavia Nyong’o

Tuesday, April 9
6 to 8 pm

Department of Social & Cultural Analysis
20 Cooper Square, 4th Floor

Desiree Lewis, Women and Gender Studies, University of the Western Cape, South Africa
“Scripting Sexualities in Post-Apartheid South Africa”

Keguro Macharia, English, University of Maryland

Introduction and comments by Tavia Nyong’o, Performance Studies, New York University


Co-sponsored by the NYU Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality; the Institute of African American Affairs; the Program in Africana Studies; and the Provost Global Research Initiatives.

This event is free and open to the public. Venue is wheelchair accessible.

For more information, please contact CSGS at 212-992-9540 or email csgs(at)nyu.edu.

Facebook event page here.



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** FALL 2017 EVENTS **

csgs fall 2017

Cixousversaire: A Celebration of Hélène Cixous

Cixousversaire: A Celebration of Hélène Cixous

a multi-day conference with Geoffrey Bennington, Tom Bishop, Anne Bogard, Hélène Cixous, Karen Finley, Peggy Kamui, Camille Laurens, Bertrand Leclair, Elissa Marder, Daniel Mesguich, Judith Miller, Olivier Morel, Eric Prenowitz, Avital Ronell, & Marta Segarra

September 14 to 16,
Thursday to Saturday

Hemmerdinger Hall
Silver Center
100 Washington Square East, 1st floor
NYC

Black Performance on the Outskirts of the Left: A History of the Impossible

Black Performance on the Outskirts of the Left: A History of the Impossible

a discussion & celebration of the new book by Malik Gaines, with panelists Ricardo Montez, Fred Moten, & Alexandra Vasquez, with a response by Malik Gaines

September 21, Thursday
6:30 to 8 pm

Performance Studies Studio
721 Broadway, room 612
NYC