The BBQ+ Study Circle is a space for Junior and Senior Fellows to collectively discuss current work and critical perspectives in postcolonial, critical race, and queer theory. As a core tenant, the group is dedicated to addressing criticisms of contemporary postcolonial and queer theory and to mapping new directions in these fields. This orientation is rooted in a shared intellectual commitment to analyzing colonized, racialized, and queered bodies and histories as intersecting and mutually constituted.
BBQ+ Study Circle meets once a month and it is organized around a particular theme and collection of readings, chosen by one or more Junior Fellows. As such, the Study Circle represents the current interests of the fellows and its intended to question and expand the Center’s categories of analysis.
To receive more information, contact the BBQ+ Study Circle Coordinator.