Jeannette Oholi champions Black European writers, poets, and literary scholars whose work has been underrepresented and understudied.
The Leslie Center for the Humanities announces the Humanities Institute, "Promiscuous Care and Performance," which will take place in late Winter and Spring 2024. The institute will explore care and carework in the contexts of theatre and performance through the lenses of Black feminist thought, disability studies, queer theory, and transnational feminism. The institute borrows from The Care Collective to define care as a means of "social capacity and activity" that foregrounds and facilitates interdependency, relationality, and mutual flourishing; it stands in opposition to instrumentalization. Click here for more information.