The 2013 Miranda Joseph Endowed Lecture, with honored guest Prof. Andrea Smith (UC-Riverside), will take place between Mar. 6-9, 2013.
Dr. Smith’s public lecture “Against Ethnographic Entrapment: Queering the Politics of Settler Self-Reflexivity” will be accompanied by a number of other campus and local events, including a (by invitation) Scholars’ Seminar, co-sponsored by the Department of German Studies, focusing on the three articles linked below. The Scholars’ Seminar will take place on Friday, Mar. 8, from 12-1:30pm in the Women’s and Gender Studies Conference Room at 925 N. Tyndall Ave., just north of University Blvd., near the Marriott. We will begin promptly at 12pm. Light fare will be provided; feel free to bring your own lunch if you like.
A. Smith (2010). “Queer Theory and Native Studies: The Heteronormativity of Settler Colonialism.” GLQ 16: 1-2.
A. Smith (2012). “Indigeneity, Settler Colonialism, White Supremacy.” Racial Formation in the Twenty-First Century. Daniel Martinez HoSang, Oneka LaBennett, and Laura Pulido, Eds. Berkeley: University of California Press.
A. Smith (forthcoming). “Voting and Indigenous Disappearance.”