Panel Discussion on “Theorizing Intersectionality and Assemblage”
Hosted by Women’s and Gender Studies Department
Date: 16 August, 2013
Venue: School of Public Health, C1, University of the Western Cape
Time: 1-3 p.m.
E. Frances White is the author of Dark Bodies and has written and taught on histories of gender and sexuality and critical race theory. She is Professor of History and Black Studies at Gallatin and the Department of Social and Cultural Analysis in the Faculty of Arts and Science at New York University.
Yvette Abrahams has undertaken research both within and beyond the academy on race, sexuality, gender and the politics of knowledge production in South Africa. She is a former Gender Equality Commissioner.
Nadia Sanger’s interests include post-colonial feminist theory and tintersections between gender, race, sexuality and species in fiction, media and popular culture. She currently works in the Human and Social Development Department Programme.
Benita Moolman is based in the Human and Social Development Department Programme at the Human Sciences Research Council. Her research and writing have focused on intersections of race, gender and sexuality in relation to South African masculinities.