Racial-Sexual Ontologies of the Other

Sep 18, 2014 | - Sep 18, 2014 | 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

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Thu, Sep 18, 2014 – 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm

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Center for Race Gender Thursday Forum Series:
Racial-Sexual Ontologies of the Other
9/18/14
Ritual Murder versus Sexual Perversion: Antisemitism, Liberalism, and the Hilsner Affair (Austria 1900)
Johanna Rothe, UC Santa Cruz

Johanna Rothe is a PhD candidate in History of Consciousness (with a designated emphasis in Feminist Studies) at UC Santa Cruz. She is finishing a dissertation on psychoanalysis, sexuality, and the politics of nationality in late Habsburg Austria.

Queerphilic Imperialism and Purportedly Queerphobic Occupied People: Kashmir and Indian Islamophobia
Huma Dar, Ethnic Studies

Huma Dar lectures in the AAAS Program of the Ethnic Studies Department, UCB. Dar’s work is focused on the intersections and co-formations of race, religion, class, caste, gender, sexuality, and national politics of South Asia and South Asian diasporas, centered on intellectual and political activism for social justice. Dar is a feature writer at Pulse Media, a collaborative political, activist, and academic weblog.

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