09/24/2019 - 4:30pm to 6:30pm
L.H. Stallings Professor and Chair African American Studies Georgetown University
This talk explores the possibility of inventing a new methodology or locating alternative methodologies less reliant upon the disciplines used to generate knowledge about sexuality. It examines the importance of the sexual imaginary’s embodied movement in order to remind us that black imagination and creative desires have always shaped and will continue to inform their radical black politics.
Intersections Working Group (co-sponsored by English and African American Studies)