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