The U-M Modernist Studies Workshop Presents: Sexual Modernities, a graduate conference
- Ingrid Diran, Lecturer in English, DAAS, and PitE, University of Michigan
- Sarah Ensor, Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature and Environment, University of Michigan
- Heather Love, Associate Professor of English, Universit of Pennsylvania
- Marcia Ochoa, Professor of Feminist Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz
This three-day interdisciplinary conference, featuring invited scholars and graduate student panels, aims to generate collegial scholarly conversation around the intersections of sexuality and modernity. The conference is being organized by the U-M Modernist Studies Workshop. Attendance is free and open to the public.
2:00 p.m. rountable: Queer Temporalities, Histories, Futures, with Ingrid Diran, Sarah Ensor, Heather Love, Marcia Ochoa
3:30 p.m. grad panel: Neoliberal Affects: Regret, Pleasure, and Altruism
5:00 p.m. keynote: Heather Love (University of Pennsylvania) "Underdogs: On the Deviance Studies Roots of Queer Theory" in Angell Hall 3154
Supported by: Rackham Graduate School, Lesbian-Gay-Queer Research Initiative (LGQRI), Critical Contemporary Studies, and U-M Departments of Anthropology, English, History, History of Art, Romance Languages and Literatures, and Women's Studies.