Dr. Shahin Kachwala (Women’s and Gender Studies) presented her paper “Gender, Islamophobia, and the Crisis of Secularism in India” at the National Women’s Studies Association Conference in Atlanta on November 9, 2018. This paper is part of Dr. Kachwala’s new project on the contemporary debates around secularism, gender, and women’s emancipation in India.
NWSA is the national conference in the field of Women’s and Gender Studies.
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Roger W. Hecht (English) had his poem, “Villanelle,” published in Issue VI of the online literary journal Bracken. https://www.brackenmagazine.com/issue-vi-index#/issue-vi/hecht-villanelle/
Join members from Dean’s Advisory Council (DAC), P & T Committee, and representatives from IT to learn about completing a dossier and the process of applying:
When: Thursday, January 17
Where: Milne Library
1:00-1:30 Dean’s Advisory Council
1:40-2:10 Steve Maniscalco: Digital Dossier
2:20-3:00 Promotion & Tenure
David Fieni, French, has published an article in the b2o Review, an open-source online journal. The article, “‘Hold to poetic knowledge without creating a fetish,’ or How to Resist Disfiguring the Maghreb in Theory,” is part of a dossier celebrating the 40th anniversary of Edward Said’s field-defining book, Orientalism.
In the piece, Fieni asks how critique today can resist turning knowledge about the Maghreb – poetic or otherwise – into a fetish. He works through some of the ramifications of the confluence of Khatibi and Said regarding figuration and knowledge as it relates to the disciplines of Francophone studies, comparative literature, and postcolonial criticism.
The full text is available at https://www.boundary2.org/2018/12/david-fieni-hold-to-poetic-knowledge-without-creating-a-fetish-or-how-to-resist-disfiguring-the-maghreb-in-theory/