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No Longer in Exile: The Legacy and Future of Gender Studies at the New School ➔ Gender Studies and Body Politics: Intersections, Directions, Representations (Session 3)

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Related people/organizations

Cheryl Buckley (panelist)
Judith Halberstam (panelist)
Laura Y. Liu (panelist)
Joseph Heathcott (panelist)
Randi Irwin (panelist)
H. Howell Williams (panelist)
Lisa Rubin (moderator)
Tracyann Williams (speaker)
Hazel Clark (speaker)
Laura Auricchio (speaker)

Date

March 27 2010

Description

The second session on Saturday will focus on a range of directions in which Gender Studies has traveled: queer theory, popular culture, visual culture, sub‐cultures and the politics of the body. We will also ask how these theoretical stands intersect with such New School structural policies as maternity leave, child care and IVF. Students will present research on New School policies inspired by the question “how separate is the knowledge that we produce from the conditions under which we are producing it?”

Identifier

NS070205_000003

Citation

Gender Studies and Body Politics: Intersections, Directions, Representations (Session 3). No Longer in Exile: The Legacy and Future of Gender Studies at the New School. New School Archives and Special Collections Digital Archive. Web. 21 May 2019.

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