Queering the Sciences is a series of 3 public talks (to be held in Spring 2016) that aims to bring cutting-edge scholarship in the humanities out of the classroom and to a general public. The talks will illuminate how science produces particular narratives around queer (or non-normative bodies) and how these biases have been corrected, and continue to be corrected, through scholarship in the humanities.
February 11: Let’s Talk About Intersex, Arisleyda Dilone
March 24: Radical Reproduction, Dr. Tricia Bogle
May 2: Queer Ecologies, Dr. Eben Kirksey
This project is funded through a grant from the New Jersey Council for the Humanities. For more information, check out the website: