Lecture | October 4 | 4-5:30 p.m. | 691 Barrows Hall
Lesbian Spaces: An Archive of Abolition
Kerby Lynch, Geography
Memory, Belonging, and Archive Justice: Towards a Liberatory Archival Practice
Sine Hwang Jensen, Ethnic Studies Library
Whats New about New Materialism?: Black and Indigenous Scholars on Science, Technology and Materiality
Lecture | October 11 | 4-5:30 p.m. | 691 Barrows Hall
As the New Materialisms discourse continues to gain traction across multiple fields of inquiry, we come together as scholars of Xicanx/Latinx Studies, Native American/Indigenous Studies and postcolonial African Studies to open up a space of dialogue on the subject.
Lecture | October 18 | 4-6 p.m. | 370 Dwinelle Hall
Rey Chow, Anne Firor Scott Professor of Literature in Trinity College of Arts and Sciences, Duke University
This lecture is drawn from Rey Chows chapter in the anthology Sound Objects (Duke UP, forthcoming), ed. James A. Steintrager and Rey Chow. By foregrounding crucial connections among sound studies, poststructuralist theory, and contemporary acousmatic experiences, the lecture presents listening as a trans-disciplinary problematic through which different fields of study resonate in fascinating ways.
Getting the Facts on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment: What are the limits of personal narratives shared online—and what do we miss in survey data?
Panel Discussion | October 25 | 4-6 p.m. | 820 Barrows Hall
Edward Wasserman, Professor of Journalism and Dean of the Graduate School of Journalism, UC Berkeley School of Journalism; Lisa García Bedolla, Professor of Education, Director of the Institute of Governmental Studies, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Education; Aya de Leon, Author, Poet, June Jordan’s Poetry for the People; Billy Curtis, Director, Gender Equity Resource Center
Laura Nelson, Associate Professor and Chair of Gender & Women's Studies, UC Berkeley Department of Gender & Women's Studies
Please join us for a panel discussion and Q&A focused on the limits of what can be learned about sexual violence and harassment from personal narratives that are shared online, as well as the question of is missed in survey data related to sexual violence and harassment.