Intersections: "Building Along the Borders" Roundtable

Building Along the Borders photo
Building Along the Borders photo
Building Along the Borders photo
Building Along the Borders photo
“Building Along the Borders”: Intersectionality & Interdisciplinary Studies in English A Roundtable Forum The launch of Intersections, a new working group in the Department of English Friday, December 7th from 10am-12noon in 106 McCormick, followed by lunch in the Center for African American Studies, Stanhope Hall. “Building Along the Borders”—a roundtable forum featuring recent alumni from Princeton’s PhD in English program discussing the interdisciplinary study of race, gender, sexuality and class in their current research, on the job market, and in the classroom.        Adrienne Brown ‘11, assistant professor of English, University of Chicago Nadia Ellis ‘08, assistant professor of English, UC Berkeley Briallen Hopper ‘10, lecturer in English, Yale University & faculty fellow at the University Church in Yale Sonya Posmentier ‘12, assistant professor of English, NYU Lindsay Reckson ‘11, postdoctoral fellow in English, UT Austin Moderated by Prof. Bill Gleason, English Department, Program in American Studies and Center for African American Studies
Prof. Daphne Brooks served as the host of the session, and she is the coordinator of the Intersections working group.  Anyone seeking additional information about Intersections should contact her via email at brooksd@princeton.edu.