February 7, 2014
5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
International Brotherhood of the Teamster Room
(Gelman Library 702)
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Roderick Ferguson is professor of Race and Critical Theory in the American Studies Department at the University of Minnesota. He is also affiliated faculty with the Departments of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies and the African American & African Studies Department at UMN. His specialties include African-American literature, Queer Theory and Queer Studies, Classical and Contemporary Social Theory, African-American Intellectual History, Sociology of Race and Ethnic Relations, and Black Cultural Theory.
For further Information on Roderick Ferguson:
Roderick Ferguson Talk: "The Queer Ethic and the Spirit of Normativity: Neocolonialism in the History of Sexuality"
Roderick Ferguson Interview: “Comparative Ethnic Studies: Retrieving, Redistributing, and Holding the Institution Under Erasure”