The Center for Cultural Studies hosts a Wednesday colloquium series featuring work by campus faculty and visitors. These informal sessions consist of a 40-45-minute presentation followed by discussion. We gather at noon, and presentations begin at 12:15. Please note: due to increased catering costs and in an effort to go green, the Center will henceforth provide only tea and cookies. Feel free to bring your own coffee and lunch, and please bring your own mug!
All events are in Humanities 1, Room 210 and are free and open to the public.
Sara Mameni, California Institute of the Arts
“On the Terracene”
Elizabeth Marcus, Stanford University
“Law after Empire : L’Affaire de L’École de Droit de Beyrouth”
Aishwary Kumar, UC Santa Cruz
“What is Political Cruelty? An Archeology of the Liberalism of Fear”
Katharyne Mitchell, UC Santa Cruz
“Church Sanctuary and the Spatial Politics of the Sacred”
David Biggs, UC Riverside
“Archipelagic Vietnam: Rethinking Nationalism From the Shoreline”
Anjali Arondekar, UC Santa Cruz
“What More Remains: Sexuality, Slavery, Historiography”
Ronaldo Wilson, UC Santa Cruz
“The Quotidian Lucy and Other Constructions“