Dr. Lisa Tatonetti – Affect, Female Masculinity, and Embodied Knowledge in Indigenous Literature

“Affect, Female Masculinity, and Embodied Knowledge in Indigenous Literature”

Join Dr. Lisa Tatonetti for her free lecture titled “Affect, Female Masculinity, and Embodied Knowledge in Indigenous Literature” taking place on Thursday, September 24th from 4:30pm-6:00pm at the Liu Institute for Global Issues, Multipurpose Room. Light refreshments will be served.

Dr. Lisa Tatonetti is Associate Professor of English at Kansas State University, where she teaches Indigenous literatures, cultural studies, and women’s studies. She is a leading voice in the study of Two-Spirit/LGBTQ literature. Her recent book, The Queerness of Native American Literature (University of Minnesota Press, 2014), offers a provocative genealogy of Indigenous literature as a field, arguing for the centrality of queer Indigenous writers within that history.

If you have any questions regarding this event, please email fnis.arts@ubc.ca.

This event is co-sponsored by the First Nations and Indigenous Studies Program and the Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Social Justice.