Notes on Craft Series | Italian Edition

QIO Italian edition graphic - reads 'Dr Nina Ferrante in conversation with Queer Intersections Oxford, Thursday 27 April 2023 5pm, online and via Zoom, organised as part of the 'Notes on Craft' series'

Notes on Craft Series: Italian Edition

Part of the Queer Intersections Oxford Events

Thursday 27 April 2023, 5pm-6pm

Speaker: Antonia Anna Ferrante

Online - Registration required

Please register here.


Queer Intersections Oxford is proud to present a new series of events titled Notes on Craft: Italian Edition, which will promote the work of queer Italian early career scholars. The first event will be focused on Dr Antonia Anna (Nina) Ferrante and it will take place online on the 27th of April.



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Antonia Anna Ferrante is a queer transfeminist terrona activist and scholar. As a post-doc in the ERC The BOS project she contributes to the critical perspective through the feminist, queer, postcolonial epistemologies, critical animal studies and other imaginaries.

She holds a PhD in Cultural and Postcolonial Studies from the University of Naples l'Orientale and is co-founder of TechnocultureResearchUnit and Femminismi Futuri. As postdoc in University IUAV of Venice, she developed a project on the theoretical and technological composting of queer, performance and political ecologies practices and theories, that was recently published by Sossella Editore. Her monograph is entitled Pelle Queer Maschere Straight. Il regime di visibilità omonormativo oltre la televisione (Mimesis), and edited Femminismi Futuri. Teorie Poetiche Fabulazioni (Iacobelli) and Trame. Pratiche e saperi per un'ecologia politica situata (Tamu).



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Notes on Craft aims to foster conversations between activism and academia, and to give context to students and early career academics on how their political, scholarly, and lived experiences might effectively feed and shape one another. To find out more about upcoming QIO events, you can follow the Network on Twitter @oxqueerstudies and on Facebook.


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