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Revenge, the Queer and the ‘(neo-) Jacobean’: lunch talk @ NYU

Revenge, the Queer and the ‘(neo-) Jacobean’

Katherine M. Graham, CSGS Visiting Scholar

Wednesday, March 9, 2011 11:30 am to 1:30 pm

The Great Room 19 University Place

*Lunch will be served. Please RSVP by Monday, March 7, 5 p.m. for this event through the following link: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/YGNKRP6

Katherine M. Graham is a Visiting Scholar […]

Feminist Autobiographical Fictions: Performing the Self on Stage & On the Page

FEMINIST AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL FICTIONS: PERFORMING THE SELF ON STAGE AND ON THE PAGE

a book talk with Barbara Browning, Linda Schlossberg, & Alina Troyano (aka Carmelita Tropicana)

February 22, Tuesday 7 to 8:30 pm

Barbara Browning, Performance Studies, NYU author of The Correspondence Artist

Linda Schlossberg, Women, Gender and Sexuality, Harvard University author of Life in […]

James Baldwin’s Global Imagination: a multi-site conference event

JAMES BALDWIN’S GLOBAL IMAGINATION

a multi-site conference event

February 17 to 20, Thursday to Sunday various times

Contact baldwinconference@gmail.com for information

For conference schedule, locations and other details, click HERE (pdf format).

Staged in the context of global economic insecurity, a planet gripped by the ravages of war and climate change, ever-increasing gaps in […]

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 […]

Memoir and Biography: Memory, Politics, Secrets & Silence

Presented by the Department of Teaching and Learning at the NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development

Tuesday, April 27, 2010 5:00 to 7:00 pm

Blanche Wiesen Cook Distinguished Professor, John Jay College, and CUNY Graduate Center, Department of History

Bettina Aptheker Professor, University of California, Santa Cruz, Feminist Studies Department and Visiting […]

NYU Queer Comics Series 2010

The Queer Comics Series at NYU is a program of the Office of LGBT Student Services. The series focuses on accessible and popular representations of sexual and gender diversity. The Queer Comics series spotlights depictions of LGBT people in graphic novels and comics, and provides a venue for Queer identified graphic novelists and comic artists […]

Consigned to Memory: The Archive of Hope Mirrlees

Brown Bag Lunch Talk

April 5, Monday 12:30 to 1:45 PM

Sandeep Parmar, CSGS Visiting Scholar

Hope Mirrlees’ (1887-1978) psychogeographical long poem Paris (published by the Hogarth Press in 1920) is a prime example of modernist writing that predates (and perhaps influenced) T.S. Eliot’s The Waste Land. This talk will consider some previously unacknowledged sources […]

2010 New York Fornés Festival: Maria Irene Fornés

March 25th to April 5th, 2010

Presented by INTAR (International Arts Relations, Inc) in association with NYU’s Department of English

INTAR (Eduardo Machado, Artistic Director/John McCormack, Executive Director) will join New York University’s Department of English and its Program in Dramatic Literature to celebrate the 80th birthday of playwright, director and teacher Maria Irene Fornés. […]

Riggio Forum: Women in Letters and Literary Arts @ the New School

Monday, March 1st @ 6:30 p.m.

Alvin Johnson/J. M. Kaplan Hall 66 West 12th Street — Room 510 New York, NY

WILLA (Women in Letters and Literary Arts) will celebrate the formation of their new organization with a reading and panel presentation at the New School in New York, NY.

Merging the creative and the […]

Escapology: Feeling the Art of Speculative Fiction

February 8, Monday 12:30 to 1:45 PM

Katie Brewer Ball, Doctoral Candidate, Performance Studies, NYU

The “more speculative genres,” as Junot Diaz calls them, such as science fiction and fantasy continue to enthusiastically capture the attention and interest of the American public. What precisely, is the draw that such stories hold for mass consumers, and […]

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