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Reparations and the Human: David L. Eng

REPARATIONS AND THE HUMAN

a lecture by David L. Eng

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September 28, Wednesday 6:30 to 8 pm

David L. Eng, English, Comparative Literature, and Asian American Studies, University of Pennsylvania

This presentation explores the relationship between political and psychic genealogies of reparation. Reparation is a key term in political […]

Gender, Jobs and Freedom: The March on Washington and the Birth of Black Feminism: March 11

The American History Workshop @ NYU presents…

William P. Jones University of Wisconsin

“Gender, Jobs and Freedom: The March on Washington and the Birth of Black Feminism”

Friday, March 11th at 10 a.m.

NYU King Juan Carlos I, Room 428 53 Washington Square South NYC

Lunch will be served!

**The paper is pre-circulated—email khary.polk(at)gmail.com to […]

Sex in an Epidemic film screening

SEX IN AN EPIDEMIC

A screening and discussion with filmmaker Jean Carlomusto

a documentary by Jean Carlomusto 70 minutes, color, USA, 2010

December 8, Wednesday 6:30 to 8:30 pm

Click here for trailer.

This pioneering documentary explores the personal, political and structural challenges that have continually hampered the best efforts of HIV educators and […]

REVIEW: Queer Time Makes Queer Bodies: Elizabeth Freeman Historicizes Erotohistoriography

Queer Time Makes Queer Bodies: Elizabeth Freeman Historicizes Erotohistoriography New York University, 28 October 2010

Admittedly, “history” has never been one of my favorite subjects. I’ve never found it particularly, well, sexy. But Elizabeth Freeman’s talk on “erotohistoriography,” a decidedly queer mode of historicizing that not only recognizes temporality’s non-linear and omni-directional character but also […]

A Brief History of Erotohistoriography: A lecture by Elizabeth Freeman

A BRIEF HISTORY OF EROTOHISTORIOGRAPHY

A lecture by Elizabeth Freeman

October 28, Thursday 7 to 8:30 pm

READ THE REVIEW! Queer Time Makes Queer Bodies: Elizabeth Freeman Historicizes Erotohistoriography

Elizabeth Freeman, English, UC Davis

Proposing the body as site of historical encounter–in and across time—Elizabeth Freeman traces a history of carnal historiographical practices that she […]

In Amerika They Call Us Dykes: Lesbian Lives in the 70s — October 8-10 2010

In Amerika They Call Us Dykes: Lesbian Lives in the 70s

Fall Festival October 8th 2010 – October 10th 2010

The 1970s was a period of intense excitement, change, activism, and activity for lesbians. As lesbian feminism redefined what qualified as a “political issue” and challenged every assumption about gender, race, class, ability, sexuality, and […]

CALL FOR PAPERS: Berkshire Conference on Women’s History

“Generations: Exploring Race, Sexuality, and Labor across Time and Space”

June 9-12, 2011

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Proposals due March 1, 2010.

The Berkshire Conference of Women Historians is holding its next conference at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst on June 9-12, 2011.

2011 marks the 15th Berkshire Conference on the History of Women […]

The Woman with Worn-out Shoes: Gender and Homelessness in the Great Depression

A lecture by ELAINE ABELSON Associate Professor of History and Urban Studies, Eugene Lang College; Senior Lecturer in History Studies, NSSR

November 11, Wednesday 4 to 6 PM

Presented by The New School Gender Studies Program Fall 2009 Lecture Series

80 Fifth Avenue at 14th St., Room 802

This event is free and open to […]

Thirty Year Reflections on Women on the Line: Changes and Continuities in Women’s Work

Miriam Glucksmann, author of Women on the Line

Presented by the NYU the Center for the United States and the Cold War at the Tamiment Library; co-sponsored by the New York Labor History Association

October 26, Monday 5 to 7 PM

Comments by Linda Gordon, History, NYU

The Tamiment Library Bobst Library 70 Washington […]

Before Sex: One Day Conference at Rutgers University

October 23, 2009 8:30 AM to 6 PM

Teleconference Room 4th floor of Alexander Library 169 College Avenue New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Until recently we’ve thought of the modern sex/gender system and homosexual identity as socio-intellectual developments of the later nineteenth century. But over the past three decades, evidence and arguments have accumulated to […]

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