Disgust, Violence, and Politics: Thinking With and Against Mimetic Theory . . .

When March 24, 2017, 5:30 PM
Where Popp Martin Student Union, 340 GHI
Website http://religiousstudies.uncc.edu/graduate-student-conference
Speaker(s) Martha Reineke, University of Northern Iowa
Registration Details & Deadlines Registration is requested at the conference website
Cost $0.00
Who is Invited General Public
Parking Details

Martha Reineke will give the Keynote Address entitled “Disgust, Violence, and Politics: Thinking with and Against Mimetic Theory in the Time of Trump” as part of UNC Charlotte’s Second Annual Religious Studies Graduate Student Conference

Reineke is the author of Intimate Domain: Desire, Trauma, and Mimetic Theory (Michigan State University Press, 2015) and Sacrificed Lives: Kristeva on Women and Violence (Indiana University Press, 1997). She is the recipient of The Class of 1943 Teaching Excellence Award, University of Northern Iowa in 2013; Teaching Excellence Award, American Academy of Religion in 2012; her campus Diversity Matters Award in 2010; and the Liberal Arts Core Outstanding Teaching Award, University of Northern Iowa (2009).

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