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Wednesday, March 31, 2021 at 12:30pm to 1:30pmVirtual Event
Pedagogical concerns of curiosity, minoritarian difference, and ethics in teaching
Cornell Graduate Student Workshop with Christina León
Assistant Professor of English at Princeton University
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Christina has published a piece merging her theoretical interest in opacity with pedagogical concerns of curiosity, minoritarian difference, and ethics in teaching which can be found (open access) HERE.
Christina León is Assistant Professor of English at Princeton University. Her work centers on hemispheric American literature with a focus on Latinx, Caribbean, and diasporic studies, in addition to feminist theory, queer theory, and performance studies. She is currently completing her first monograph, Radiant Opacity: Textured Aesthetics of Queer Latinidad. She is also co-editor of a special issue of Women and Performance entitled “Lingering in Latinidad: Theory, Aesthetics, and Performance in Latina/o Studies.” Her articles and essays have appeared, or are forthcoming, in ASAP/Journal, Curiosity Studies: A New Ecology of Knowledge, GLQ, Sargasso: a Journal of Caribbean Language, Literature & Culture, Small Axe, and Post-45.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Studies, College of Arts & Sciences, English, Department of Performing and Media Arts, Diversity, American Studies Program, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Open to Cornell University Graduate Students
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