The Intersectional Inquiries conference will offer a platform for scholars from various fields to interrogate the intersections of race and gender—as manifested materially and discursively—from a broad range of historical, global, and contemporary contexts. We call on scholars, activists, and students to attend rigorously to the ways that race structures gender, sexualities, class, and dis/ability and the dominating matrices of biopolitical violence and imperialism, as well as to trace how racialized subjectivities and non-normative embodiments challenge and radically fracture hierarchy. With this conference, our hope is to inspire impactful intellectual dialogue and assist in building ties that might lead to scholarly- and social justice-focused collaborations.
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This conference is free for Notre Dame faculty, students, and staff.
Originally published at genderstudies.nd.edu.