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Residency Theme: "The Wild, The Unwanted, The Unseen"

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Monday, February 7 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
FACULTY WORKSHOP: Starting from ‘I’: Queering the Academy and Beyond (60 mins)

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https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457 (CH)
This workshop will use queer theory to interrogate what it means to situate ourselves in our research. We will discuss the ways our situated ways of knowing allow us to explore new and intriguing discourses outside of binary frameworks. Many of us can relate to bell hooks statement in a 2014 talk when she said “all of our lives we’ve experienced ourselves as queer, as not belonging, as the essence of queer.” She goes on to clarify, “queer as not being about who you’re having sex with, that can be a dimension of it, but queer as being about the self that is at odds with everything around it and has to invent and create and find a place to speak and to thrive and to live.” In this workshop we will explore what it means to tap into the deepest and queerest spaces within ourselves to disrupt, disturb, and deconstruct the fixed and stable status quo in the academy and beyond.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJk0hNROvzs  bell hooks - Are You Still a Slave? Liberating the Black Female Body | Eugene Lang College

Speakers
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Kris Hege

Faculty, Goddard College


Monday February 7, 2022 3:00pm - 4:00pm EST
Zoom

Attendees (6)