This initiative includes a funded series on Transgender Studies + Humanities, pedagogical efforts, and a post-doctoral fellowship program.
The Transgender Studies & Humanities project is a series of events that asks:
- How does transgender studies reshape the structuring assumptions of humanistic inquiry?
- What are the potential contributions of critical transgender studies—meaning, in general terms, of a humanities approach to trans* existence—outside of the academy, such as to healthcare or advocacy?
Funded by the Humanities Futures Initiative at the Franklin Humanities Institute. Project Directors: Ara Wilson & Gabriel Rosenberg (on leave 2016-17).
Upcoming Events: Fall 2017
Tuesday September 5th, 5 PM, East Duke Parlors, East Duke Building
Dr. Eric Plemons, University of Arizona: Trans Medicine & the Making of a Woman
Wednesday September 6th, 1:30 PM, Duke Medical Center, location TBA
Dialogue between medical staff and Dr. Eric Plemons
Co-sponsored with the Duke Child and Adolescent Gender Care Clinic
Lecture by GSF post-doctoral fellow Nick Clarkson, on contemporary transgender citizenship in a context of U.S. surveillance and security policy.
Lecture by GSF post-doctoral fellow Cam Awkward-Rich.