Kinsey and the Future of Female Sexuality
Knight Auditorium, Spurlock Museum
600 South Gregory Street
Elizabeth Grosz explores Alfred C. Kinsey's researches on female sexuality, not as sociological, psychological or physiological contributions, but as part of an emerging philosophy of difference. The relevance of Kinsey's works for feminist revisions of female sexuality has been clear since the 1960s. However, there is much in his work that both anticipates and welcomes a more post-modern understanding of the relations between sexuality, power and knowledge.
Hosted by: Gender and Women's Studies Program
In conjunction with: Center on Democracy in a Multicultural Society, Department of Anthropology, Department of Kinesiology, Department of Political Science, Department of Psychology, Department of Sociology, Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities, Institute of Communications Research, LGBT Advisory Committee, Medical Scholars Program, Office of the Chancellor, Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory
Department of Women's and Gender Studies, Rutgers University