Julia Kristeva's (Controversial) Contribution to Identity Politics

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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.

All welcome!

Seminar Convenors:
Prof. Ros Ballaster, Dr Pelagia Goulimari, Dr Claudia Pazos Alonso

Email:
pelagia.goulimari@ell.ox.ac.uk

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

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