Julia Kristeva’s (Controversial) Contribution to Identity Politics: The Case of ‘woman’s primary homosexuality’, Dr Sylvie Gambaudo (Durham University)
This is part of the Gender, Literature and Culture seminar, a forum for developments in feminist/gender theory in its relation to literature and culture. Speakers and audience are cross - disciplinary in order to foster dialogue among researchers and students across faculties.
Prof. Ros Ballaster, Dr Pelagia Goulimari, Dr Claudia Pazos Alonso
The Gender, Literature and Culture seminar is associated with the interdisciplinary M.St. in Women’s Studies, funded by the Faculties of Classics, English, and Medieval & Modern Languages and supported by The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH).
Women in the Humanities
Audience: Open to all