"The Queer Politics of Coalition" with Karma Chavez

April 1, 2016 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm

This keynote address names coalition as queer and explores the affective embodied and tactical conditions that constitute coalition. Considering the themes of belonging, intimacy, pain, and hope, Karma Chávez conceptualizes how we might theorize and engage radical coalition politics.

Sponsored by: Bioethics Program; Center for Latin American Studies;
Cultural Studies Program; Department of Communication;
Department of English; Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures; Department of Sociology; Distinguished Professor John Beverley;
Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Program; Humanities Center;
Year of the Humanities

Location and Address

332 Cathedral of Learning