Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Something out of the usual run of things

For the Columbians amongst you, this Friday (I cannot tell you exactly what it will be like, but it should be interesting!):
An Interdisciplinary Conversation

Jenny Davidson, English and Comparative Literature
Geraldine Downey, Psychology
Coco Fusco, Spanish and Portuguese
Eugenia Lean, East Asian Languages and Cultures
Beth Povinelli, Anthropology

The speakers will address a range of topics, including the significance of the body as a site of meaning, especially as it relates to embodied subjects; the body's potential for interdisciplinary analysis; the boundaries of the body; the role of medical discourse and technology in their conceptualization of the body; and whether the human body is always already gendered (if de-gendered or transgendered bodies are considered "human").

Organized by the IRWaG Graduate Colloquium

WHEN: Friday March 7th, 1:00 - 3:00 PM

WHERE: 614 Schermerhorn

Please join us for this unique opportunity to see interdisciplinary
dialogue in action! A reception will follow in 754 Schermerhorn

Questions? Contact irwag@columbia.edu for further information or directions.

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