講者：Lisa Duggan(New York University) 詳見中文宣傳
Feminism and Sexual Politics
2014年5月16日（五）19:00 ｜ 台北清大月涵堂（台北市金華街110號）
Global debates generated by feminist sexual politics have shifted from focusing on pornography, prostitution and gay rights at the end of the 20th century, to the sexual politics of empire (esp salient in European debates over Muslim immigration), and transgender recognition at the beginning of the 21st. All of these issues still shape debate and action. The overall shift, explored in this talk, reflects the decline of American empire and the rise of transnational modes of organizing.
Marriage and the Market: The Politics of LGBT Inclusion in Global Context
2014年5月19日（一）09:00 ｜ 中央大學文學院一館 A116
This lecture will outline the heart of LGBT equality politics—the push for inclusion in the institutions of marriage and the market. Though often appearing as an arm of progressive social justice movements, these efforts actually reinforce global inequalities. Political efforts for inclusion are illuminated in juxtaposition to queer grassroots organizing, both local and transnational.
Feeling Neoliberal: The Politics of Affect in the Age of Greed
2014年5月20日（二）09:00 ｜ 中央大學文學院一館 A116
Genealogies of neoliberalism generally trace the intellectual and institutional histories of ideas and policies from Friedrich Hayek and Milton Friedman, through the practices of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank, etc. But consent for neoliberal policies is generated as much through gendered invocations of libido, fantasy and feeling as through ideas and institutions. This talk will examine some of the sources for feeling neoliberal, including the novels of Ayn Rand and celebrations of Apple founder Steve Jobs.