This graduate workshop will explore methods, questions, theoretical frames and sites of analysis that facilitate bringing Black studies and Native studies into conversation. Participants should be prepared to share their own approaches to and experiences with interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary methods and practice, and participants will also be asked to have an object or text from your own research in mind to discuss.
- Workshop leader: Tiffany Lethabo King (Assistant professor, Departments of African-American Studies, and Gender and Sexuality Studies—Georgia State University)
- Moderator: Shannon Winnubst (Professor and chair, Department of Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies—Ohio State)
This event is a part of the Society of Fellows Graduate Workshop series, hosted by the Global Arts and Humanities. To learn more about the event, please visit go.osu.edu/sof-workshops.