Ann Pellegrini: “The Trouble with Sex: Bodily Vulnerability, Religionized Anxiety, and the Psychic Life of Tolerance”

Ann Pellegrini: “The Trouble with Sex: Bodily Vulnerability, Religionized Anxiety, and the Psychic Life of Tolerance”

The Queer Theory Research Cluster presents:

Ann Pellegrini: “The Trouble with Sex: Bodily Vulnerability, Religionized Anxiety, and the Psychic Life of Tolerance”

Ann Pellegrini’s books include Love the Sin: Sexual Regulation and the Limits of Religious Tolerance (NYU, 2003), Performance Anxieties: Staging Psychoanalysis, Staging Race (Routledge, 1997), and Queer Theory and the Jewish Question, co-edited with Daniel Boyarin and Daniel Itzkovitz (Columbia, 2003). Ann Pellegrini is Associate Professor of Performance Studies and Religious Studies at NYU.

Please download the following readings associated with this event:
Reading 1
Reading 2

For more information, contact Trevor Sangrey at tsangrey@ucsc.edu, or Logan Walker at lwalker@ucsc.edu.

Co-sponsored by the departments of American Studies, Anthropology, History of Art and Visual Culture, and Politics.