Histories of Sexuality and Erudition:
Institutions, Texts, Practices
May 10–11, 2019 | Princeton University | 211 Dickinson Hall
Registration is required to attend this workshop.
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This two-day workshop will explore links between sexuality and the lived practices of knowledge production across different contexts and cultures. It will bring together scholars from different fields to collectively examine diverse, historically contingent cases at the juncture between the history of sexuality and the history of scholarship.
We gratefully acknowledge support from Princeton University’s Center for Collaborative History, Department of German, Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies, The Graduate School, Humanities Council, and the University Center for Human Values.
Interested scholars are welcome to contact the organizers with any questions.