On May 10, there will be a an English-language research colloquium and a public lecture with Todd W. Reeser of the University of Pittsburgh.
The research colloquium will focus on “Approaching Affective Masculinities” and will address questions such as “How can masculinity studies be engaged in a productive dialogue with affect? What possibilities do affect studies offer for thinking critically about masculinity?”. Please note that the colloquium is open to interested students and researchers alike. Please register before May 2. For more information and to register, click here.
The public lecture will focus on how “masculinity can set in motion the queerness of affect and help produce new gendered subjectivities in other kinds of non-normative bodies.” The talk is open to the public and will be given in English. Registration is not required. For more information, click here.
Both events will take place in person at Warburg-Haus, Heilwigstr. 116, 20249 Hamburg, Germany.