Fisher-Bennett Hall 401
Professor Stockton’s description:
You wouldn’t imagine that thoughts on reading and sex-with-ideas—thinking coming from famous novels engaging race and palpable queerness—would have a payoff for activist work inside academia. Toni Morrison’s Beloved, Virginia Woolf’s Orlando, and Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray, alongside the disability memoir, A Body, Undone by Christina Crosby, may suggest how. These writings even culminate in what I puzzlingly call “an intersectional horizontal hold”: the key, perhaps, to untold transformations.