TSH Talk Tuesday at 5 pm: Margaret Fuller, Transcendental Gossip, and the Strange Case of Electrical Psychology
Lecture | November 5 | 5 p.m. | 330 Wheeler Hall
Kim Adams, Lecturer, College Core Curriculum at New York University
We cordially invite you to join the Theories of Science and the Humanities Working Group for a talk tomorrow (Tuesday, November 5) by Kim Adams of NYU English. The talk will take place at 5:00 pm in 330 Wheeler (the English Department lounge). Please note that this is a room change from the previous announcement!
Kim will be discussing her recent research on mesmerism and 19th-century feminism focusing on the work of Margaret Fuller.
There will be wine and food!
All the best,
Catherine, Bernardo, Ruby, Paddy, and Sarah
Kim Adams is a postdoctoral lecturer in the College Core Curriculum at New York University. Her dissertation, The Body Electric, follows the application of electricity to the human body in American literature and medicine from the Civil War to the Civil Rights Era, arguing that electric power works to form bodies into raced, sexed, and gendered subjects. As a scholar and educator, Kim is invested in work that combines material history with theoretical stakes to evoke practical consequences.