Jane Gallop: Lunch and Chapter Discussion
The Office of Gender & Sexuality, in collaboration with Women’s and Gender Studies, will be hosting a chapter discussion with Dr. Gallop on Monday, February 24 from 11:30 am - 1:15 pm in the Slayter Student Center (Slayter 402). Lunch will be provided. We will send two short PDF’s via email a week prior to the event. Please read these prior to arriving to ensure a robust discussion. The deadline to register is Sunday, February 16th at 11:59PM.
More about Jane Gallop:
Gallop is the author of a hundred essays and ten books, including “Thinking Through the Body,” “Feminist Accused of Sexual Harassment,” ”Anecdotal Theory,” and most recently, “Sexuality, Disability, and Aging.” She writes and teaches about feminist theory, queer theory, literary and cultural theory, pedagogy, and crip theory.