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A Conversation with Sarah Schulman

Date and Time: 
Thursday, November 2, 2017. 12:00 PM - 01:30 PM
Meeting Location: 
Humanities Center Boardroom
Feminist/Queer Colloquium 2017
Meeting Description: 

Here's a word from Professor Schulman about what she's up to at the moment:

As of October 28, 2017 I am preparing a new novel, Maggie Terry, to be published by The Feminist Press in September 2018, I am co-convening the City of New York HIV/AIDS Studies Program, which will inaugurate a conference on HIV/AIDS Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences on March 19, 2018. I am collaborating with the singer Marianne Faithful on a stage musical using her songs, I am on the advisory board of Jewish Voice for Peace, and also on Claudia Rankine's Racial Imaginary Institute--preparing our Biennial for Spring 2018. I am working on a musical adaptation of my 1998 novel Shimmer, with lyricist Michael Korie and composer Anthony Davis, and a number of other plays, books, films and associated projects.

Sarah Schulman is a lesbian rights activist, novelist, playwright, and historian. She is currently a distinguished professor of the humanities at College of Staten Island, and a fellow at the New York Institute for the Humanities.