February 21, 2019
4:00 - 6:00 pm
101 Baldy Hall (Kiva Room), UB North Campus
Gayle Salamon is a Professor of English and Gender and Sexuality Studies at Princeton University. She works in phenomenology, queer and trans theory, feminist philosophy, 20th Century Continental philosophy, psychoanalysis, and disability studies. Her first book Assuming a Body: Transgender and Rhetorics of Materiality (Columbia University Press, 2010) was winner of the 2011 Lambda Literary Award in LGBT Studies. Her most recent book, The Life and Death of Latisha King: A Critical Phenomenology of Transphobia (NYU 2018), is a powerful analysis of the 2011 trial of the murder of a 15-year-old trans student in California.
Coral Whisperers: Scientists on the Brink, Irus Braverman's new book will be available in October. Be sure to order your copy now.
Emily J. Grijalva, Asst. Professor, Management, 2015-16 recipient of a Gender Institute Faculty Grant has published the article, "Gender and leadership emergence: Ameta-analysis and explanatory model" with three coauthors.
UB English Professor David Schmid, quoted in the article of the latest issue of Teen Vogue, entitled, “How "The Handmaid's Tale" Can Help Anxiety" by Lauren Rearick.