MillerComm Lecture Series

Geographies of Gender: Britain in Black and White

Thursday, March 7th, 2002
Hazel Carby
7:30 pm

Third Floor, Levis Faculty Center
919 West Illinois Street

Event Description

One of the most important and influential black feminist intellectuals writing in the U.S. today, Hazel Carby reflects upon issues of gender and the racialization of the body within the context of being a black European of Jamaican and Welsh parents.

This talk is part of the Third Annual Graduate Symposium on Women's and Gender History.

Hosted by: Department of History, Women's and Gender History Graduate Symposium Planning Council

In conjunction with: Afro-American Studies and Research Program, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Center for Writing Studies, College of Communications, College of Education, Department of Anthropology, Department of the Classics, Department of Economics, Department of French, Department of Geography, Department of Political Science, Department of Sociology, Department of Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese, Drobny Program for Jewish Culture and Society, Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities, Latina/o Studies Program, Russian and East European Center, School of Music, School of Social Work, Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory, Women's Studies Program, Office of Minority Student Affairs, Office of Women's Programs

Hazel Carby

Afro-American Studies Department, Yale University