GSSI-Sponsored Events, Spring 2022
May 13th. Talking back: bell hooks and her impact on our work, a graduate roundtable with Breya Johnson, Christelle Ringuet, Chrystel Oloukoï, and Rebecca A. Wilcox, organized and moderated by Fania Noël. View here.
May 5th. Traces of domestic violence in literature and the denial of gender-based abuses in political philosophy. Speaker: Marina Calloni. View here.
April 28th. Rape Culture and Feminist Performance Art. Speakers: Christen Clifford and Vanessa Place. View here.
April 21st. The Cis Gaze and Its Others. Speaker: McKenzie Wark. View here.
March 31st. When Monsters Speak. Susan Stryker in conversation with McKenzie Wark. View here.
March 25th. Beyond Simone: Political phenomenology of the veil and its appearance in France. Hourya Bentouhami in conversation with Romy Opperman. View here.
March 17th. And the category is… Ricky Tucker in conversation with McKenzie Wark. View here.
March 10th. What we can all learn from the Psychology of Heterosexuality. Speaker: Pani Farvid. View here.
March 3rd. Transgender Psychoanalysis: Race, Class, and the Unconscious. Speaker: Patricia Gherovici. View here.
GSSI-Sponsored Events, Fall 2021
November 24th. Trans | fem | aesthetics. A Conversation with Jules Gill-Peterson, Eva Hayward and Bishakh Som, moderated by McKenzie Wark (co-presented with Culture & Media at Eugene Lang College and eflux journal). View here.
November 12th. Judith Butler “The Human in Human Rights” (co-sponsored with the University in Exile). View here.
October 22nd. Judith R. Walkowitz, Rachel Schreiber, Eurydice Aroney, Julia Laite, and Carol Leigh “Troubling Terms and the Sex Trades”. View here.
Inaugural Gender Matters Symposium (Spring 2021)
April 29th. The Art of Feminism. Speakers: Stefania De Kenessay, Vanessa Place, Mary Kelly, and Andrea Geyer. Moderated by Chiara Bottici. View here.
April 22nd. Transnational Feminisms. Speakers: Veronica Gago, Nadje Al-Ali, and Eva von Redecker. View here.
April 19th. Gender, Performance and the Body. Speakers: Margot Bouman, Tavia Nyong’o, and Marisa Jahn. View here.
April 15th. Ambivalence 1: Psychoanalyzing Ambivalence with Carole Owens and Stephanie Swales. Respondents: Patricia Gherovici and David Lichtenstein. View here.
April 12th. LASTESIS y el Arte de la Protesta – LASTESIS and the Art of Protest (Spanish event with live English translation). Speakers: Las Tesis Collective (Lea Cáceres, Paula Cometa, Sibila Sotomayor, and Daffne Valdés). Moderator: Astrid Valenzuela. View here.
April 8th. The Feminist Imagination: On María Pía Lara’s Beyond the Public Sphere: Films and the Feminist Imaginary (co-sponsored with Philosophy Department). Speakers: Nancy Fraser, Linda Alcoff, Amy Allen, and María Pía Lara. View here.
April 5th. Sexual Justice Symposium. Performers: Ayana Evans and IV Castellanos. Artists: Lauren Gregory and Spandita Malik. Speakers: Masha Tupitsyn and Jasmine Wahi. Moderator: Christen Clifford. View here.
March 29th. Sex Work in Pandemic: Legislation and Technology. Speakers: Cecilia Gentili, Mickey Mod, Melissa Gira Grant, and Pani Farvid. Moderator: McKenzie Wark. View here.
March 22nd. Finding Ceremony: Honoring Black Feminist Elders. Speakers: Tao Leigh Goffe, Courtney Desiree Morris, and Romy Opperman. Moderator: Deva Woodly. View here.
March 15. Welcome to Your Fantasy: Chippendales and the Female Gaze. Speakers: Natalia Mehlman Petrzela, Neil J. Young, and Nicole Hemmer. View here.
March 8th. Black, Feminist and Queer Anarchy. Speakers: Jack Halberstam, Marquis Bey, and Chiara Bottici. View here.
March 4th. Feminism and the Neoliberal Academy. Speakers: Simten Cosar, Jaskiran Dhillon, and Kimberly Tallbear-Dauphine. View here.
February 25th. Activism: Thought and Praxis in a Context of Hostility. Speakers: Fania Noel, Marianna Poyares, Mayra Cotta, and Elif Genc. View here.
February 18th. Feminist/Female Legacies at TNS. Roundtable discussion with Gina Walker (Women’s Studies, SPE), Cecilia Rubino (Theater, Lang), Savanna Washington (Media Studies, SPE), Stefania de Kenessey (Music, Lang), Julia Foulkes (History, SPE), and Ellen Freeberg (Associate Dean, NSSR). View here.