Deep Dish 2012 - 2013 Season

 

2013 SPRING Season    (Personal page in orangetalk summary in pink)
1/31
Susan Shaw, Ph.D. -“Accountability and the pharmaceutical regulation of the U.S. urban poor”
2/7
Paisley Currah, Ph.D.  -    “States, Sexes, and Circulating References: Untangling paradoxes of classification”
2/14
Jessica Shumake    -   “Posthumous Sites of Articulation: David Wojnarowicz's Postmortem Rhetorical Agency”
2/21
Alain-Philippe Durand, Ph.D.    -  “Finishing Off Gender”
2/28
Gu Li  -   “Sexual Orientation, Gender Nonconformity, and Psychological Well-Being”
3/7
Monica Casper, Ph.D.   -  “Mediating Feminisms: Politics of Online Publishing”
3/14
Spring Break (No Deep Dish)
3/21
Ana Gourashian  - “Aiding Israel: How the Iranian Media Bolsters Israeli Pinkwashing” 
3/28 
Fenton Johnson  - “Marriage: A Grand Illusion?”
4/4
Jack Balas  - “Where’s the Beef? Underrepresentation of the Male Image in Contemporary art. Has the Term ‘Homo-erotic’ Become Pejorative?”
4/11
Will Cordeiro - "Rough Trade-Offs: Sex, Capitalism, and Genre-Queering in The London Merchant"
2012 FALL Season
9/13
TC Tolbert - Territories of Folding
9/20
Susan Stryker, Ph.D. -  Cross-Dressing For Empire: Gender and Performance at the Bohemian Grove, 1880s-1920s
9/27
Doran George - "Rallying queer women: Jennifer Monson's employment of a protest sensibility in her choreography of the early 1990s"
10/4
John-Michael Warner - Multiple Boundaries in Arizona and Sonora Border Art
10/11
Jamie Lee - Queer Imaginings of the Archive
10/18
Hai Ren, Ph.D. - Sexuality & Mass Media: A Foucauldian Perspective
10/25
Miranda Joseph, Ph.D. - Gender, Entrepreneurial Subjectivity, and Pathologies of Personal Finance 
11/1
Mija Sanders - Necropolitics and LGBTT Activism in Diyarbakir, Turkey
11/15
Ian Ellasante, Claudia Powell, and Sally Stevens - iTEAM's Community Based Collaboration: Providing Wrap-Around Care for LGBTQA Youth
11/29
Frank Galarte, Ph.D.  - Dolor as Queer Affect: Uses of the Canción Ranchera