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“Our bodies are also occupied territories. Perhaps the ultimate goal of performance, especially if you are a woman, gay or a person ‘of color,’ is to decolonize our bodies and make these decolonizing mechanisms apparent to our audience in the hope that they will get inspired to do the same with their own.” -Guillermo Gómez-Peña

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Faculty and Staff

Ann Pellegrini, Director

11169915_10153198402245279_1745691600250616249_nAnn Pellegrini is Professor of Performance Studies and Social and Cultural Analysis at New York University and has directed CSGS since 2008. She is the author of Performance Anxieties: Staging Psychoanalysis, Staging Race (Routledge, 1997); co-author, with Janet R. Jakobsen, of Love the Sin: Sexual Regulation and the Limits of Religious Tolerance (NYU Press, 2003; Beacon Press, 2004); and co-author, with Michael Bronski and Michael Amico, of “You Can Tell Just By Looking” and 20 Other Myths about LGBT Life and People (Beacon Press, 2013). She has also published two anthologies: Queer Theory and the Jewish Question, co-edited with Daniel Boyarin and Danial Itzkovitz (Columbia University Press, 2003); and Secularisms, co-edited with Janet R. Jakobsen (Duke University Press, 2008).  She co-edits the book series “Sexual Cultures” for New York University Press.  She is also the general editor of States of Devotion.

She received her Ph.D. in Cultural Studies from Harvard University, and holds undergraduate degrees in Classics from both Harvard and Oxford Universities as well as an M.A. in the Study of Religion from Harvard University.

Ann Pellegrini talks about Sexularism

and the Multiple Futures of Gender and Sexuality Studies.

Ann Pellegrini at The Immanent Frame.

You can email Ann Pellegrini at ann.pellegrini(at)nyu.edu.



10636132_10153054754072448_3355517569367025110_nRobert D. Campbell, Associate Director

Robert has been with CSGS as an administrator since 2004. He received a Master of Social Work degree from NYU Silver School of Social Work and is a psychoanalytic psychotherapy candidate at the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Study Center (PPSC).

Robert also holds a Master of Arts in British and American Literature from Hunter College, and he is a graduate of Eugene Lang College.

You can email him at robert.campbell(at)nyu.edu.



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** SPRING 2017 EVENTS **

** SPRING 2017 EVENTS **

REAL WOMEN REAL VOICES: Where the People Meet the Policy

Real Women Real Voices: Where the People Meet the Policy

a dialogue around incarceration with a focus on women

January 25, Wednesday
5 to 8 pm

NYU Law School, Greenberg Lounge
40 Washington Square South
NYC

NEW WORLD ORDERS: Coloniality, Racial Intimacies, and Disability

NEW WORLD ORDERS: Coloniality, Racial Intimacies, and Disability

a symposium featuring artists Candice Lin & Xandra Ibarra, with Aimee Bahng, Mel Chen, Jasbir Puar, Ivan Ramos, Mark Rifkin, & C. Riley Snorton

January 27, Friday
1 to 6 pm

NYU Lipton Hall
108 West 3rd Street
NYC

EXPERIMENTS IN SEX

Experiments in Sex

a panel discussion with Barbara Browning, Pablo Assumpção B Costa, & André Lepecki

February 15, Wednesday
7 to 8:30 pm

Performance Studies Studio
721 Broadway, 6th Floor, Room 612
NYC