Pembroke Center

The Pembroke Center at Brown University is an interdisciplinary research center that fosters critical scholarship on questions of gender and difference, broadly defined, in national and transnational contexts.

Pembroke Research Lecture, Universal Exhaustion

Tuesday, March 22, 2016, 5:30 pm
Pembroke Hall 305 

Alberto Toscano
Reader in Critical Theory
Co-director
Centre for Philosophy and Critical Thought
Department of  Sociology
Goldsmiths, University of London
  

(Distributed February 17, 2016)

Inside Negroland

Wednesday, February 24, 2016, 7:00 pm
Granoff Center - Martinos Auditorium

 Within her memoir "Negroland", Pulitzer Prize-winning critic Margo Jefferson explores her journey as a Woman, precariously located within under-explored spaces of African American financial and experiential privilege. Join Kibwe Chace-Marshall '10, in engaging Jefferson in an exploration of tapping the deeply personal within critical writing. Book sales and signing to follow. Free and open to the public.

The Pembroke Center is pleased to cosponsor this event. Details: Download poster.

(Distributed February 17, 2016)

Seizing the Means of Reproduction

Friday, February 19, 2016
Opening remarks: 9:45 am, First Panel: 10:00 am
Pembroke Hall 305

One Day Conference Featuring:
Mimi Abramovitz, Aren Z. Aizura, Silvia Federici, Selma James, Sara Clarke Caplan, Premilla Nadasen, Frances Fox Piven, Neferti X.M. Tadiar, Kati Weeks, and Soyoung Yoon (Pembroke Center Postdoctoral Fellow).

More information here.

(Distributed January 12, 2016)

New Graduate Course: GNSS 2000 - Method, Evidence, Critique: Gender and Sexuality Studies across the Disciplines

Meets Tuesdays, 4:00-6:30 PM
Pembroke Hall 206
Instructor: Denise Davis

Gender and Sexuality Studies is by its very nature transdisciplinary. Can we speak of a single methodology that ties GNSS together? How might scholars work on gender and/or sexuality while respecting disciplinary boundaries and training? We will start with the premise that studies in gender and sexuality are tied together by critique that questions foundational assumptions and takes account of its own position within a given field of knowledge. By studying canonical theoretical texts alongside disciplinary studies characterized by a feminist and/or queer focus, we will investigate how critique operates and how standards of evidence are marshaled in particular disciplines. See Banner listing here.

(Distributed January 12, 2016)
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