|August 2015 Newsletter|
Aquí les envío un CFP para un seminario de interés en ACLA y un anuncio de trabajo en Women Studies en la Universidad de Miami.
Sigan mandándome información de interés para Feministas Unidas.
Worlding Sexual Difference
ACLA Conference. Harvard University, March 17-24
Organizer: Rachel Greenspan, Duke University (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Co-Organizer: Carolina Diaz, Duke University (email@example.com)
Co-Organizer: Ross Truscott, University of Fort Hare (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Worlding and sexual difference are generative forces that imply a process of appearance and concealment. For Martin Heidegger, worlding is the process by which something becomes unconcealed through its passing from earth to world. This aesthetic and phenomenological passing is constituted by strife. For Luce Irigaray, sexual difference is that which remains concealed through patriarchy. For psychoanalysis, sexual difference responds to the specular logic of sameness and is produced by the resolution of the castration complex. Elizabeth Grosz, on the other hand, understands sexual difference as irreducible to all humans insofar as human reproduction is only possible through the encounter of two gametes. In this sense, as a process of differentiation, it allows the constitution of all other differences. Accused of essentialism, naturalism, and biologism, sexual difference has been defined as a universal, a priori category of the real whereas race, class, and ethnicity, for instance, are classifications of the real which rest upon such a priori. Through the lens of psychoanalysis, phenomenology, and feminist theory: how can we think worlding in relation to sexual difference? Can we speak of sexual difference’s worlding and of the worlding of sexual difference? If so, what worlds are revealed or concealed through it? With what kind of ontologies and socialities does sexual difference and worlding provide us? How does sexual difference travel the world both as a theory and as a universal?
University of Miami. Full-time lecturer position in Women’s and Gender Studies for Spring 2016
The Women’s and Gender Studies Program is looking to hire a full-time lecturer for spring 2016. The position involves teaching four courses for the WGS program, which is an inter-disciplinary program offering an undergraduate major and minor in women’s and gender studies and a minor in LGBTQ studies. We especially encourage applicants with expertise in LGBTQ studies to apply. The disciplinary training of the lecturer is open. ABDs will be considered; Ph.D’s preferred.
Applicants should submit an electronic PDF file including a statement of interest, curriculum vita, teaching evaluations, and a copy of graduate transcripts to email@example.com, and arrange to have two to three letters of recommendation sent separately to the same email. Applications received by September 15 will receive full consideration, but we will continue to accept applications until the position is filled.
The University of Miami is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities are encouraged to apply. Applicants and employees are protected from discrimination based on certain categories protected by Federal law.
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