Dr. Deirdre Cooper Owens
Queens College, CUNY
TUESDAY, September 18: Sex and Slavery Lab Graduate Student Workship (invite only)
WEDNESDAY, September 19: An Evening with Deirdre Cooper Owens (w/ Ayah Nuriddin), 6:00 – 8:00 pm, Barnes & Noble (33rd St)
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2018: History of Medicine Colloquia Lecture, “Exploring Hapticity: Slavery and the Emergence of American Gynecology,” 3:00 pm, Welch Medical Library, Seminar Room 303
All events co-sponsored with the Johns Hopkins University Program in the History of Science, Medicine, and Technology, the Department of History, the Sex & Slavery Lab, and African Diaspora, Ph.D.
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An Evening with Dr. Deirdre Cooper Owens
Barnes & Noble (St. Paul & 33rd St)
March 9: Book Roundtable for Bound in Wedlock
Join the Sex and Slavery Lab and #unboundJHU for a roundtable on Tera Hunter’s Bound in Wedlock: Slave and Free Black Marriage in the Nineteenth Century
The Sex & Slavery Lab brings scholars knowledgeable about the ways race, sex, histories of slavery, violence, and resistance have intersected in the lives of straight, queer, cis, and trans women and gender non-binary people of African descent across the diaspora into conversation with graduate students, junior faculty, and each other.
The Sex & Slavery Lab is convened by Jessica Marie Johnson, Assistant Professor Africana Studies and History at the Johns Hopkins University.
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