CFP: Gender and Intersectionality: Paradigms, Practices, and Problems 

German Studies Association Conference, September 22-2 5, 2011, Louisville, KY

This series of panels focuses on the investigation of intersectionality, i.e. the co-articulation of gender identities, inequalities, and structural forms of discrimination with those of race, ethnicity, sexuality, class, age, religion, ability (or others). We invite theoretical perspectives as well as individual case studies from a range of disciplinary perspectives, including critical takes on intersectionality as such. 

This series of panels is part of a larger project that connects with a panel that will be held at the Women in German Conference 2011. (Co-organizers: Claudia Breger, Indiana University; Sonja Klocke, Knox College; Sara Lennox, University of Amherst; Beverly Weber, University of Colorado.) 

Please send abstracts of approximately 250 words and a short bio to both: 

Sonja Klocke, Knox College, [log in to unmask]

Beverly Weber, University of Colorado at Boulder, [log in to unmask]

Dr. Sonja E. Klocke
Assistant Professor of German
Chair, German Program
Department of Modern Languages and Literatures
Knox College
2 E. South St.
Galesburg, IL 61401
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