Book Launch Event: Atmosphere of Violence By. Eric Stanley
Atmospheres of Violence: Structuring Antagonism and the Trans/Queer Ungovernable
Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021, 5-6:30 PM PT
At a time when LGBTQ rights are advancing, why are attacks against trans, queer and/or gender-nonconforming people of color increasing? Join us Tuesday, Nov. 2 at 5pm PT / 8 pm ET to hear from a panel of artists, organizers, and academics who will discuss this question and others posed by Eric A. Stanley’s new book Atmospheres of Violence.
Angela Y. Davis, Professor Emerita, UC Santa Cruz
Courtney Desiree Morris (moderator), Artist and Assistant Professor, UC Berkeley
Dean Spade, Professor, Seattle University School of Law
Eric A. Stanley, Associate Professor, UC Berkeley
Jules Gill-Peterson, Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins University
LaVelle Ridley, PhD Candidate, University of Michigan
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Sponsors: Othering & Belonging Institute
Co-sponsors: Gender and Women’s Studies Department, Center for Research on Social Change, Center for Race and Gender, The American Cultures Center, African American Studies Department