2019 Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick Memorial Lecture in Gender + Sexuality Studies by Robyn Wiegman

Robyn Wiegman, Professor of Literature and Women's Studies at Duke University, delivered the 9th [...]Annual Sedgwick Lecture, “Outrage: Feeling the Political Present,” on March 21, 2019. Professor Wiegman is author of Object Lessons (2012) and American Anatomies: Theorizing Race and Gender (1995), and editor of several volumes. She is among the most influential scholars in feminism, race, and sexuality today. In this talk, Wiegman excavates the challenges that the Trump era poses to progressive reason.



This event was presented by the Boston University Gender and Sexuality Studies Group and co-sponsored by The Boston University Center for the Humanities; Department of World Languages and Literatures; Women’s Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program; Department of English; School of Theology; Department of Political Science; Department of Romance Studies; Department of Sociology; and Department of Religion.

Tags: Women's Studies, eve kosofsky sedgwick, robyn wiegman

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