The Institutional as Usual: Diversity Work as Data Collection by Sara Ahmed
Tuesday, October 17, 2017 4:30 PM

Sara Ahmed brings together data from her study of diversity work in universities first presented in On Being Included (2012) and developed in Living a Feminist Life (2017), with her current research into "the uses of use" and complaint. She considers how social justice projects require making "usage" into a crisis.

 

Sara Ahmed is an independent scholar and feminist writer. She has held academic posts at Lancaster University and Goldsmiths, University of London. Her books include Living A Feminist Life (2017), Willful Subjects (2014), On Being Included (2012), Queer Phenomenology (2006), The Cultural Politics of Emotion (2014, 2004), Strange Encounters (2000) and Differences that Matter (1998).

 

Co-sponsored by the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning.