Please join Art History and WGST for a talk by Melissa Hyde from the University of Florida. She has published extensively on gender and art in eighteenth-century France and especially on women artists.
Following the celebration of faculty research. becoming cyborg: A Black Feminist, the Living Camera, Participatory Democracy, and Their Weaving A Multimedia Presentation by Fran Huckaby Based on the digitally born ethnographic film project, Public Education Project: Participatory Democracy in Times of Privatization, this multimedia presentation explores cyborg weaving as a renewed possibility for participatory democracy. Huckaby… Read more »
Listening to Gossip in the Queer Archives Researching the history of same-sex desire poses unique problems. Many men and women purposely sought to deflect attention from their unconventional choices in their own lifetimes, and family members often destroyed letters and diaries after a “queer” family member’s death. How do writers and researchers today use alternative… Read more »