As a final HIVES keynote event, Eli Clare is visiting Michigan State University to participate in a series of events co-sponsored by multiple organizations and departments around MSU. We are excited to announce that there will be two workshops in addition to the keynote presentation offered.
The schedule of events is as follows:
Thursday, March 19 Feminisms, Genders, and Sexualities Research Workshop: The Intersection of Queerness & Disability
3:30 PM Wells Hall B 342
What are the connections among ableism, homophobia, and transphobia? How do issues around queer disability identities fit into a broader intersectional social justice framework? Join Eli Clare for a facilitated dialogue! RSVP Here!
Thursday, March 19 Notes on Cure, Disability & Natural Worlds
6:30 PM Akers Hall Auditorium 137
Join us for the final HIVES season 2019-2020 keynote presentation from Eli Clare on the overlaps of disability studies, animal studies, and popular culture. “As an ideology seeped into every corner of Western thought and culture, cure rides on the back of normal and natural.” Share Access Needs Here!
Friday, March 20 Exploring Brilliant Imperfection, Writing About Bodymind Difference
10:30 AM The Writing Center, Bessey Hall 300
Using storytelling, brainstorming, and free writing, we will explore ways of writing and thinking about all kinds of bodymind difference. RSVP Here!