On queer feminist parenting, latinidad, cissexism, abuelas, and heartbreak — Dr. Jessica N. Pabón-Colón

When I was about four years old, my mother and I relocated to North Tonawanda, NY from Boston, MA. From the age of about 5, I spent my summers living in Roslindale with my maternal abuela (wela) so that I could spend time with my father (and his “extended” family) and my mother’s “extended” family. […] … More On queer feminist parenting, latinidad, cissexism, abuelas, and heartbreak — Dr. Jessica N. Pabón-Colón

Trans*historicities — Duke University Press News

The most recent issue of TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly, “Trans*historicities,” edited by Leah DeVun and Zeb Tortorici, is now available. This issue offers a theoretical and methodological imagining of what constitutes trans* before the advent of the terms that scholars generally look to for the formation of modern conceptions of gender, sex, and sexuality. What … More Trans*historicities — Duke University Press News

Grand Valley State University Assistant Professorship in Global Studies — Gender/Sexuality Academic Funding Opportunities

Deadline: January 6 Length: Tenure-track Comments: Seeking applicants “with research specialization in global studies, including areas such as global inequality, migration, transnationalism, global health, global communication, environment/sustainability, human rights and global perspectives on issues of identity, gender, race and ethnicity.” URL: https://careers.pageuppeople.com/790/cw/en-us/job/492951/assistant-professor-area-and-global-studies-brooks-college-of-interdisciplinary-studies via Grand Valley State University Assistant Professorship in Global Studies — Gender/Sexuality Academic Funding … More Grand Valley State University Assistant Professorship in Global Studies — Gender/Sexuality Academic Funding Opportunities

Call for Proposals: South Atlantic Quarterly — Duke University Press News

The South Atlantic Quarterly is accepting proposals for thematic special issues through January 31, 2019. Themes should be in line with those of journal issues published in recent years, including critical race studies, feminist and queer theory, analyses of contemporary capital and labor, social and liberation movements, critical theory, and environmental humanities. Funds are available … More Call for Proposals: South Atlantic Quarterly — Duke University Press News

Job opportunity: Tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Community-Engaged Research in Community Development — POLLEN

The University of Kentucky Department of Community & Leadership Development (UK-CLD) seeks candidates to fill a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Community-Engaged Research in Community Development. … More Job opportunity: Tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Community-Engaged Research in Community Development — POLLEN

The Right to Maim: A Symposium — The Disorder Of Things

Alison Howell is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Rutgers University – Newark, where she is also affiliated to Women’s and Gender Studies, the Division of Global Affairs, and Global Urban Studies. Her research examines the global politics of science and technology, especially as it relates to the uses and abuses of medicine in war […] … More The Right to Maim: A Symposium — The Disorder Of Things

Symposium on Jasbir K. Puar’s The Right to Maim — Anarchy, Security, Hierarchy: Reading IR with Jasbir Puar (Sankaran Krishna) — The Disorder Of Things

The first post in our symposium on Jasbir Puar’s The Right to Maim is by Sankaran Krishna who teaches politics at the University of Hawai`i at Manoa. His latest essay (“Manhunt Presidency: Obama, Race and the Third World”) will be published in the journal Third World Quarterly in 2019. Jasbir Puar’s The Right to Maim: […] … More Symposium on Jasbir K. Puar’s The Right to Maim — Anarchy, Security, Hierarchy: Reading IR with Jasbir Puar (Sankaran Krishna) — The Disorder Of Things

Symposium on Jasbir K. Puar’s The Right to Maim — Spectrums of Debility and Resistance (Isis Nusair) — The Disorder Of Things

The second post in our symposium on Jasbir Puar’s Right to Maim is by Isis Nusair, who is Associate Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies and International Studies at Denison University. She is the co-editor with Rhoda Kanaaneh of Displaced at Home: Ethnicity and Gender among Palestinians in Israel, and translator of Ramy Al-Asheq’s book … More Symposium on Jasbir K. Puar’s The Right to Maim — Spectrums of Debility and Resistance (Isis Nusair) — The Disorder Of Things