Black Queer Creativity: Ezili's Mirrors, Honeypot, and The Lonely Letters

From rituals and plays to letters and oral histories, Dr. Omise′eke Natasha Tinsley (UC Santa Barbara), Dr. E. Patrick Johnson (Northwestern), and Dr. Ashon Crawley (University of Virginia) model other ways of publishing research beyond the normative case study-chapter model, beyond the allegedly objective distance that white cis-het masculinity prizes. Join moderator Aaron Brown (UC Riverside) for a conversation on creative scholarship that reimagines form and performance and that spans Black and Religious Studies to Gender and Sexuality Studies.

Sponsored by the Performing Difference Working Group with the Faculty Commons Project at the Center for Ideas and Society.

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Thursday, November 12, 2020 at 1:00pm

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