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Join us in conversation with the Women’s and Gender Studies program’s affiliated faculty, disciplines ranging from Art History to Political Science and African American Studies, as we engage with and respond to Namsa Leuba’s work in Africa and the Pacific. This panel is part of ongoing collaborations between the Halsey Institute and the Women’s and Gender Studies program over the 2021/2022 academic year that will consider intersections between art, performativity, gender, sexuality, race, (post-) colonialism, and power.
The panel will be comprised of
Dr. Kris De Welde, Professor of Sociology and Director of WGS
Dr. Hollis France, Associate Professor and Chair of Political Science
Dr. Kameelah Martin, Professor of African American Studies and English, and Dean of the Graduate School
Dr. Mary Trent, Assistant Professor of Art History