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Faculty and Staff

Gayatri Gopinath, Director

Gayatri headshotGayatri Gopinath works at the intersection of transnational feminist and queer studies, postcolonial studies, and diaspora studies, and is the author of Impossible Desires: Queer Diasporas and South Asian Public Cultures (Duke UP, 2005). She has published numerous essays on gender, sexuality, and diasporic cultural production in journals such as GLQ, Social Text, positions, and Diaspora. She received her Ph.D. in English and Comparative Literature from Columbia University, and her B.A. in Latin American Studies from Wesleyan University. Her new book, Unruly Visions: The Aesthetic Practices of Queer Diaspora, is forthcoming from Duke University Press in 2018. Recent articles and book chapters related to this project include: “Queer Visual Excavations: Akram Zaatari, Hashem El Madani, and the Reframing of History in South Lebanon,” Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies 13:2 (July 2017); “Who’s Your Daddy? Queer Diasporic Reframings of the Region,” in The Sun Never Sets: South Asians in the Age of US Empire, eds. Vivek Bald et al (NYU Press, 2013); “Archive, Affect and the Everyday: Queer Diasporic Re-Visions” in Political Emotions, eds. Ann Cvetkovich et al (Routledge, 2010) and “Queer Regions: Locating Lesbians in Sancharram,” in The Blackwell Companion to LGBT Studies, edited by Molly McGarry and George Haggerty (Blackwell, 2007).



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 2018 EVENTS ***

CSGS spring 2018 calendar

Third Annual José E. Muñoz Memorial Lecture by JUDITH BUTLER

judith butler

a lecture on Susceptibility\Solidarity

February 12, Monday
6:30 to 8 pm

tickets required

Skirball Center
566 LaGuardia Place
NYC

The Next American Revolution: Publishing Protest with American Studies Now

next american revolution

a series launch with Lisa Duggan, Roderick Ferguson, Jack Halberstam, & LaMonda Horton-Stallings

February 15, Thursday
6 to 8 pm

CSGS
285 Mercer Street, 4th Floor
NYC

The Extractive Zone: The Social Ecologies of Cecilia Vicuña

extracive zone

a Decolonizing Vision Speaker Series lecture by Macarena Gómez-Barris

February 22, Thursday
6 to 8 pm

CSGS
285 Mercer Street, 4th Floor
NYC