Rita Segato | A Handful of Words to Speak About Gender

Date
Feb 16, 2022, 12:00 pm – 1:20 pm
Location
Hybrid (219 Burr Hall & Zoom)
Event Description

Internationally-acclaimed anthropologist and current PLAS visiting research scholar, Rita Segato, will introduce key concepts that synthesize her unfolding reflections on gender. From phratry to corporation, from dualism to binarism, from State politics to Domestic female politicity, Segato will situate these keywords at the core of her theorization.

ABOUT OUR GUEST SPEAKER:
RITA SEGATO
(Ph.D., Queen's University Belfast). Segato is an emeritus professor of anthropology and the graduate programs in bioethics and human rights at the University of Brasilia. She is currently professor of the virtual seminar Race, Gender and Rights from the Perspective of Coloniality, and coordinator of a specialized course in Afro-Latin American and Caribbean studies, at the Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO) in Buenos Aires. Read more.

MODERATOR:
JAVIER GUERRERO, PLAS Acting Director, Princeton University

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