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Sense-Methods v. Elisabeth Freeman

Dato: 28. marts 2017
Tid og sted: Kl. 10-14 i lokale U153, Campus Odense, SDU
Tilmelding: Her - inden 21. marts 2017
ECTS: 0,5


 

 

Prof. Freeman presents work from her current book on the topic in 19th century American literature and culture and from a spin-off piece that is more contemporary.  The phrase sense-methods is meant to imply ways of doing things with the body and senses; prof. Freeman’s focus being engroupment through such carnal and temporal modalities as rhythm.

 

Biografi:

 

Elizabeth Freeman began her teaching career at Sarah Lawrence College, coming to UC Davis in 2000. She specializes in American literature and gender/sexuality/queer studies, and her articles have appeared in numerous scholarly journals. She has written two books,  The Wedding Complex: Forms of Belonging in Modern American Culture (Duke UP, 2002), and Time Binds: Queer Temporalities, Queer Histories (Duke UP, 2010).  She was also the editor of a special issue of GLQ, "Queer Temporalities" (2007).  She now serves as Editor of GLQ.

 

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