This event has been postponed.
Join us for a gathering of graduate students from various academic fields in the humanities to explore notions of alienation, silencing and discrimination. Students from the humanities and social sciences are encouraged to attend. Panels will explore narratives from under-researched areas or familiar narratives from unusual or unexpected angles. The keynote speaker is Dr. Andrew Israel Ross, an Assistant Professor of History at Loyola University Maryland with specializations in modern France, the history of sexuality, cultural history and women’s and gender studies. His research focuses on the relationship between sexuality and urban history and his first book, Public City/Public Sex: Homosexuality, Prostitution and Urban Culture in Nineteenth-Century Paris, was published in 2019 with Temple University Press.
The event is free and open to the general public.
Keynote Speech: Dr. Andrew Israel Ross “Homosexuality, Prostitution and the Archive: The Case of Nineteenth-Century Paris” 12:30pm-1:30pm
Friday, April 3 at 8:00am to 5:00pm
Center for Global Engagement, Auditorium and Program Rooms 2400, 25,00, 2600