The Roundtable for Black Feminist and Womanist Theory invites speakers Catherine Clune-Taylor (Princeton University, Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies) and Tiffany King (University of Virginia, Department of Women, Gender and Sexuality) who will present the keynote.
Join us for a three-day workshop focused on emerging topics within Black feminist and womanist studies! All are welcome to attend the public talks, opening reception, and paper sessions, just please ensure to register using the QR link below. All public talks will take place in Dartmouth Hall 105 and will be streamed on Zoom in real-time.
The mission of the Roundtable for Black Feminist and Womanist Theory is to unite scholars, activists, and artists across disciplines and professional trajectories who are working to highlight the intellectual contributions of Black women, femmes, and non-men throughout the African diaspora. This space functions as a working space for scholars and theorists of various backgrounds to receive feedback on their projects that will enrich Black feminist and womanist traditions.
"Black Gestation and the Biological Porosity of Racist Harm: Epigenetics and Arguments of Reparations"
Catherine Clune-Taylor (Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies, Princeton University)
Dartmouth Hall 105, Nov. 9, 4-5:30 pm
Reception to immediately follow in the Leslie Center for the Humanities, Dartmouth Hall 102
"Scenes of Relation: On Losing African/Black/Afro/ -Indigenous Mothers"
Tiffany King (Department of Women, Gender & Sexuality, University of Virginia)
Dartmouth Hall 105, Nov. 11, 4:15-5:30 pm
All events are in-person and virtual!