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Opaque, 2014. Installation with super 16mm. Performance: Ginger Brooks Takahashi, Werner Hirsch

Opaque, 2014. Installation with super 16mm. Performance: Ginger Brooks Takahashi, Werner Hirsch

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The Study Sessions: Queer of colour feminisms and the meaning of "home"

With Onni Gust & Isabella Cox

10 Dec 2015

This study session offers a brief introduction to queer of colour feminist thinkers from Audre Lorde and Gloria Anzaldua to Jose Munoz and Sarah Ahmed. Inspired by their political and poetical critiques and exhibitions, the session asks what 'home' means in the context of cultural dislocation and non-belonging.   
 
Onni Gust is a lecturer in History at the University of Nottingham. Their work draws on post-colonial, feminist and queer theory to think critically about the role of imperialism in the construction of belonging during the 'long' eighteenth century.  
 
Isabella Cox is a postgraduate museology student and freelance researcher/curator. Her work is primarily focused upon decolonising queer and gender studies, and the activism of Black feminism. 
 
6:30pm – 8:30pm 
 
Free
 

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