Gallatin Teachers Reading, a Writing Program event series at which professors read from recently published books, offers a glimpse into the Gallatin faculty's latest scholarship. Amanda Petrusich will moderate.
Cyd Cipolla will read from Queer Feminist Science Studies: A Reader (University of Washington Press, 2017), a collection of essays at the intersection of science and technology studies and women's, gender, and sexuality studies, which Cyd Cipolla co-edited.
Gregory Erickson will read from two recent books: Religion and Popular Culture: Rescripting the Sacred (second edition, McFarland, 2016), which he co-wrote with Richard W. Santana, and Reading Heresy: Religion and Dissent in Literature and Art (De Gruyter, 2017), a volume on heresy, blasphemy, unbelief, dissent, and non-conformism in art and literature, which he co-edited.
Vasuki Nesiah will read from Bandung, Global History, and International Law: Critical pasts and Pending Futures (Cambridge University Press, 2017), a collection she co-edited that explores the legacy of the 1955 conference in Bandung, Indonesia, which brought together leaders from 29 African and Asian states.
This event is free and open to the public. RSVP is requested.