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Ontology and Materialism Working Group at #CSA2014

The Ontology and Materialism Working Group of the Cultural Studies Association is excited to invite you to our two panels today, Friday, May 30. For more information on the working group’s focus, click here. Friday, May 30, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm, B Location: West Room, OC Affective Labor and the Labor of Affect Chair: Julian Gill-­Peterson, Rutgers University Panelists: … Continue reading

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The Forms Children Take: Sexuate Difference and the Generations

Julian Gill-Peterson – The Forms Children Take: Sexuate Difference and the Generations. Last June I had the privilege of participating in Luce Irigaray’s annual International Seminar at the University of Bristol, UK, where ten PhD candidates like myself came together … Continue reading

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The Human is Not a Prosthetic Being, III: Race is Technical

I have followed with interest, and write about in a forthcoming essay on race and technology in transgender studies, the Deleuzian project of the critical re-ontologization of race in the humanities, notably in Amit Rai’s wonderful formulation, “race racing.” But … Continue reading

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