Last month I was honored for my work in gender studies and feminist theory, with an induction into Iota, Iota, Iota. At the ceremony, I presented a rather frank autobiographical talk, with plenty of vivid tales. And I expressed my gratitude to the the WGS minors who were being inducted into Triota for their commitment to gender studies and intersectional feminist thought and practice.
THANK YOU to Marco Armiero and the Environmental Humanities Laboratory for the invitation to speak at this school for the Public Environmental Humanities. It has never been more important to produce “socially relevant research that promotes transformative, accessible, and emancipatory knowledge.” As a scholar in cultural studies, much of my scholarship focuses on the intersections between academics and popular culture, theory and activism. The talk will give a few examples
I'm happy to have my latest book, Exposed, featured at this Symposium coming up in February. Call For Papers : Comparative Studies in Literature and Culture (CSLC) Annual Symposium Exposed Bodies: The Vital Politics of Matter
University of Southern California
February 22-23, 2018 The CSLC Symposium Graduate Planning Committee invites students and scholars across the Humanities at USC to participate in a critical and multidisciplinary conversation with Dr. Stacy Alaimo of th