cosponsored event

“O Corpo na diáspora: Body, Diaspora, Autonomy and Power.” Public Talk and Workshop

Through a mixture of talk and workshop, Luciane will discuss creative proposals of Brazilian women artists, whose reflections point to understand dance and performance as areas of production of knowledge in light of the political and social urgencies of our times.

“Voices of the Black Press in Times of Social Cleavage in contemporary Brazil. Magazine O Menelick 2Ato” Public Talk

Through an overview of the digital and printed magazine O Menelick 2Ato, Luciane will discuss how the black arts in Brazil have been a fundamental channel of critical engagement in discussing the dominant aesthetic and poetic regimes of representation, which is an urgent matter in the current social and political context of Brazil.

The U-M Modernist Studies Workshop Presents: Sexual Modernities, a graduate conference

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.

9:00 a.m. grad panel: Queering Literary History

10:30 a.m. grad panel: Sexological and Erotic Identities

The U-M Modernist Studies Workshop Presents: Sexual Modernities, a graduate conference

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.

The U-M Modernist Studies Workshop Presents: Sexual Modernities, a graduate conference

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

Donia Human Rights Center Distinguished Lecture. Sexual Harassment: The Law, the Politics and the Movement

Professor Catharine A. MacKinnon will address the politics and law of sexual harassment, focusing on its violation of equality rights, in light of the #MeToo movement, exploring those developments in light of the theory of her most recent book, "Butterfly Politics: Changing the World for Women." 

Critical Visualities III: March 28-29, 2019 Conference of the Visual Culture Workshop

The Visual Culture Workshop (VCW) convenes the third annual Critical Visualities Conference in order to ask the timely questions: “What are the political dimensions of the affective charge between art and its audience? Between the critic and the art she engages? How does it feel to look ‘critically’ now?” Panel 3: Affective Aesthetics of Race and State and Closing Reflection.