This year’s research fellows will present their projects next Wednesday, Nov. 15th at 5pm in Gilman 400. The panel will include: Joshua Rhinier (English, undergrad) — “Between the Objects of Virginia Woolf: An Epistemology of the Ordinary” Xiaoqian Ji (History, graduate student) — “Cosmetic Practices in Early Modern China: Gender, Medicated Cosmetics, and Materiality” Connie Scozzaro (English, graduate student) — “Sisters […]
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WGS presents Kathrin Thiele and Birgit Kaiser for a two-day workshop titled “The Human”. On Tuesday, November 7 a workshop featuring Profs. Kathrin Thiele and Birgit M. Kaiser bringing together three short pieces. This workshop will also have graduate students Samanda Robinson (English) and Tvrtko Vrdoljak (Political Science) as panel respondents. Panels will meet at 5pm in Gilman 388. On Wednesday, November […]
WGS presents Veena Das (Anthropology – Johns Hopkins University) for a talk titled, “Sexual Violence, Inordinate Knowledge, and Survival: Cascading Scales of Law and Everyday Life”. Wednesday, October 18, 5:00 pm, Gilman Hall 400. Sponsored by the Program for the Study of Women, Gender and Sexuality
WGS presents Shane Butler (Classics Department – Johns Hopkins University) for a talk titled, “That One Word: Byron, Symonds, and the Queer Sublime”. Wednesday, October 4, 4:00 pm, Hodson Hall 311. Co-sponsored by the Department of Classics
WGS presents Sharon Achinstein (English Department – Johns Hopkins University) for a talk titled, “Early Modern Marriage in a Secular Age: Beyond the Sexual Contract”. Wednesday, September 27, 5:00 pm, Gilman 400.
The Program for the Study of Women, Gender, and Sexuality (WGS) invites you to a screening and discussion titled “Filming Community, Queerness & Diasporas – Narratives from France and the US”. Tuesday, September 19, at 5:00 pm – Gilman 130D Screening of “Diaspora/Situations” and “History Doesn’t Have to Repeat Itself” Wednesday, September 20, at 5:00 […]
View the listing of events for the Fall 2017 term.
Presentation of the works by last year’s fellows.
The Program for the Study of Women, Gender, and Sexuality (WGS) invites you to a series of three lectures given by Distinguished Visiting Professor Gabriele Schwab titled “Radioactive Ghosts: Haunted Ecologies and Nuclear Necropolitics”. Wednesday, April 5, Gilman 138D “The Nuclear Imaginary: Political and Psychic Life” Wednesday, April 12, Mattin 162 “The Gender of Nuclear […]
WGS presents Kadji Amin (Queer Studies – Stony Brook) for a talk titled, “Disturbing Attachments: Genet, Palestine, and the Politics of Queer Theory” Wednesday, March 29, 4:15 p.m., Maryland 109.