Please join us on Thursday, March 30, from 6:30-7:45 pm, in person or on Zoom, for the public lecture by this year's Gerszten Family Visiting Professor, Marcia Ochoa. A leading scholar in Latin American/Latinx Studies, queer/feminist/trans studies, and media studies, Professor Ochoa's research on beauty pagents in Venezuela has radically changed the way we think about beauty, race, gender, and performance. Click here to learn more about professor Ochoa's field-defining interdisciplinary work. We will kick off the talk with a reception in the lobby of Wilson Hall from 5-6:30.
Graduate students are invited to attend a focused seminar, held in English with graduate students from across the College of Arts & Sciences, from 3:30-5 in Wilson 142.
This year's Gerszten lecture is being held in collaboration with the Institute of the Humanities and Global Cultures, thanks to the work of professors David Getsy (Art) and Cole Rizki (Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese). Please see the flier below for more information on the series, Global Histories & Transgender Studies in the Humanities/Historias globales y estudios trans en las humanidades. Registration links are available here.