The Eighth Annual Lecture


The Eighth Annual Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick Memorial Lecture in Gender and Sexuality Studies


Dean Spade

Seattle University Law School

was held on March 29, 2018

For a video of the lecture and discussion click here.

As organizers know, social movements are made of relationships. While efforts to dismantle, reform, and reimagine are often focused on critical analysis and material outcomes, much of what determines the impacts of social movements are the social relations, conflicts, and emotional capacities of participants. In conversation with the work of Eve Sedgwick, Dean Spade will explore questions facing contemporary movements about our being together.