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october, 2017

16oct12:00 pmA Graduate/Faculty seminar with Sarah Ahmed, Rereading “Affective Economies” (2004) today


Event Details

This event is open to  students and faculty from Barnard, Columbia, and the University Seminar on Affect Studies. RSVP is required to attend. Please email to RSVP and acquire reading materials.

Co-sponsored by the University Seminar on Affect Studies and BCRW

There will be a evening public lecture at BCRW. More details can be found here:

About the Speaker

Sara Ahmed is an independent scholar and feminist writer.  She has held academic posts at Lancaster University and Goldsmiths, University of London. Her books include Living a Feminist Life (2017), Willful Subjects (2014), On Being Included (2012), The Promise of Happiness (2010),Queer Phenomenology (2006), The Cultural Politics of Emotion (2014, 2004), Strange Encounters (2000) and Differences that Matter (1998).



(Monday) 12:00 pm


IRWGS Seminar Room, 754 Schermerhorn Ext

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