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Intersectionality in the Early Global World

May 20 - May 21
Zoom Meeting,

A conference organized by the officers of UCLA MEMSA: Chase Caldwell Smith (History), Richard Ibarra (History), and Stefanie Matabang (Comparative Literature)

Keynote Speakers: Roland Betancourt (UC Irvine) and Nicholas R. Jones (UC Davis)

Research on the premodern intersection of race, gender, and sexuality has steadily increased as a result of the efforts of a diverse group of scholars working across traditional periodization and geographic limits. Nevertheless, a great deal of work remains to be done to understand the many varieties of ways such aspects of identities intersected and were mobilized or challenged in the marking of difference. This two-day conference that will highlight the new and exciting work being undertaken with regard to these questions.

Register to attend the conference on Zoom.

Images – Top Left: Andrés Sánchez Galque, Los tres mulatos de Esmeraldas, 1599, Museo del Prado. Top Right: Mural in the Bezeklik Thousand Buddha Caves near Turpan, Xinjiang, China, 9th c. AD. Bottom Left: Farewells of Abu Zayd and al-Harith before the Return to Mecca, 1237 (Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, MS. arab. 5847, fo. 22). Bottom Right: Hieronymus Bosch, The Garden of Earthly Delights, 1490-1500, Museo del Prado.

Venue

Zoom Meeting

Organizer

MEMSA | Medieval & Early Modern Student Association