Dr. Laura Brown: "Households Inside-Out: Gender as a Fiduciary Device." 13 Sep 2013
“Households Inside-Out: Gender as a Fiduciary Device”
Laura Brown (Anthropology)
The September WiP* discussion features research from Laura Brown (Anthropology), with responses from Scott Kiesling (Linguistics) and Melanie Hughes (Sociology). Text will be available two weeks in advance through the gender studies portal on my.pitt.edu (under “My resources”), or from firstname.lastname@example.org
*Work in Progress (WiP) discussions center on a pre-circulated draft of a paper or book chapter written by a Pitt faculty member who is conducting research on gender or sexuality. These events are opportunities for faculty and graduate students to discuss works with their authors, as well as to provide constructive feedback.
Location: 2201 Wesley W. Posvar Hall