Book Panel: Remaindered Life by Prof. Neferti Tadiar
4/11; 6:30-8:30 pm Sulzberger Parlor;
speakers: Jasbir Puar (Princeton), Paul Nadal (Rutgers), Erica Edwards (Yale)
Save the date for our First FISTS Conference!
4/27-4/28, in person at Barnard. Featured speakers include M Murphy (Univ of Toronto), Amade M'charek (Univ of Amsterdam), Deboleena Roy (Emory), Banu Subramaniam (U Mass Amherst), Marisa Solomon (Barnard), Pavithra Vasudevan (UT Austin), Nedah Nemati (Columbia Univ). Performance by Jackie Orr (Syracuse University/ Barnard College).
4/27 - 6:30 pm Keynote by M Murphy (Univ of Toronto).
4/28 - 11-12:30 panel 'Embodiment and Experiments' followed by lunch
2-4pm panel 'Waste/ Race/ Colonial Detritus'
4:30 Performance (Jackie Orr)
5:30 closing reception
We are thrilled to announce a new Minor/Concentration in Feminist/Intersectional Science and
Technology Studies (F/ISTS). F/ISTS is a focused approach to Science and Technology Studies
(STS) that homes in on the reciprocal relations between techno-scientific knowledge and
practices, on the one hand, and gender, race, class, and other intersecting axes of power, on
the other. This cutting-edge program formalizes the deep experience of core and affiliated
WGSS faculty in feminist and critical race STS, and is to our knowledge the first undergraduate
program of its kind. Read more here.