9/8/10 CRG Forum: Violence, Gender, and the Construction of Communities in the 20th Century Indian Novel
"Caste, Gender and Sexuality: On the Figure of The Dalit Woman in P. Sivakami’s Fiction ," Kiran Keshavamurthy, South and Southeast Asia Studies
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***PLEASE NOTE THE DAY OF THIS FORUM IS ON A WEDNESDAY!***
VIOLENCE, GENDER, AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF COMMUNITIES IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY INDIAN NOVEL: SOME CASE STUDIES
DECODING SEXUALITY, IDENTITY, & TRANSGRESSIVE ACTS
'Gay or Asian?' Narratives of Normativity and Nation in Response to Virginia Tech
Margaret Rhee, Ethnic Studies
COOPER: But he seemed to be attracted to women.
Speaking Through Silence & Erasure: Race, Sexuality, & Expression in Marginalized Language Communities
SPEAKING THROUGH SILENCE & ERASURE: RACE, SEXUALITY, & EXPRESSION IN MARGINALIZED LANGUAGE COMMUNITIES
The Silence of Difference: Race, Sexuality, & Disability in Soviet Pantomime After Stalin
Anastasia Kayiatos, Slavic Literature & Languages
RACE EROTICA: SEXUALITY & RACIALIZED REPRESENTATION ON FILM & STAGE
Straitjacket Sex Screens: Mapping Asian American Manhoods in the Movies
Prof. Celine Parreñas Shimizu, UC Santa Barbara
THANK YOU TO ALL WHO ATTENDED!
VIDEO OF THE PRESENTATIONS WILL BE INCLUDED SOON!!
MICHAEL JACKSON: CRITICAL REFLECTION ON A LIFE & A PHENOMENON
A symposium sponsored by the Center for Race and Gender, UC Berkeley
Scholars & artists reflect on the legacy of Michael Jackson on performance & artistry, racial & sexual politics, and cultural representations. Featuring the following presenters: