Garden Room 1, Faculty House
Morningside Campus, Columbia University
The Harriman Institute presents a panel discussion on Tuesday, October 15th on the topic of “Sex and Gender Politics in Putin’s Russia.” The speakers are Valerie Sperling (Clark University) and Janet E. Johnson (Brooklyn College), with moderator Kimberly Marten(Barnard College).
Co-sponsored by the Institute for Research on Women and Gender.
* Meet IRWAG's Director of Graduate Studies, Professor Elizabeth Povinelli, and our two Graduate Fellows for 2013-14, Abby DiCarlo and Kaveh Landsverk. * Connect with other interesting graduate students who are studying or researching gender and sexuality. * Learn about the process for earning your IRWAG Graduate Certificate. * Discover the fabulous array of IRWAG programming and events taking place this year, including the Graduate Colloquium. * Contribute ideas for upcoming IRWAG graduate seminars. * Eat, drink, and be merry!
This undergraduate seminar draws upon feminist, African American, and queer theories and cultural practices to explore the relations of male masculinity and queer subjectivities. This course will pay particular attention to the possibility of black queer texts and critical practices with an emphasis on deconstructing black masculinity through the languages of intimacy.
Instructor's permission is required. E-mail Professor Marcellus Blount (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the subject heading "Race and Sexuality seminar." In your message, include basic information: your name, school, major, year of study, and relevant courses taken, along with a brief statement about why you are interested in taking the course.
How have feminist attitudes towards sex changed over time, and how did attitudes vary amongst feminists themselves? And what are the legacies of past feminist sexual politics for the present day?
A new course this Fall at the Institute for Research on Women, Gender, and Sexuality will address these questions by exploring the history of feminist sexual politics in Europe between the years 1789 and 1918. WMST V3137 Feminist Sexual Politics in Historical Perspective will be taught by Professor Kirsten Leng.
More information, including time and location, is available on our Fall 2013 Courses page.