UCLA Center for the Study of Women
Strange Affinities: The Sexual and Gender Politics of Comparative Racialization
- Author(s): Hong, Grace Kyungwon
- et al.
N April 23, the Center for the Study of Women will present a one-panel symposium, entitled “Strange Affinities: The Gender and Sexual Politics of Comparative Racialization,” from 3 to 5 pm in 314 Royce Hall. Roderick Ferguson, Associate Professor of American Studies at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, will present “The Lateral Moves of African American Studies.” Ruby Tapia, Assistant Professor of Comparative Studies at Ohio State University, will present “Volumes of ‘Transnational’ Vengeance: Fixing Race and Feminism on the Way to Kill Bill.” Two UCLA professors, Rafael Perez-Torres of the Department of English and Russell Robinson of the Critical Race Studies program in the School of Law, will provide comment. This event is co-sponsored by the Asian American Studies Center, the Chicano Studies Research Center, the Women’s Studies Program, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Studies Program, the Asian American Studies Department, UC Humanities Research Institute, and the Critical Race Studies Program in the School of Law.