Graduate Workshop Hosted by Kara Thompson

Event Date

Hart Hall 3201

Join Professor Kara Thompson and the Queer, Feminist, and Trans Studies Research Cluster for a lunch-time workshop and conversation on accountable scholarship and the relation between activism and academia.

Kara Thompson holds a Ph.D. in English from UC Davis, and is currently an assistant professor of English and American Studies at the College of William and Mary. Kara’s book Blanket is forthcoming (September 2018) from Bloomsbury Press and monograph, Settler Contingencies, Indigenous Futures, is under contract with Duke University Press. Essays have appeared in Tin House, Avidly, The Philosophical Salon, and The Atlantic.

This event is sponsored by The Queer, Feminist, and Trans Studies (QFT) Research Cluster. Funding support provided by several departments and groups, including: Asian American Studies, Chicana/o Studies, the Cultural Studies Graduate Group, Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies, English, the Feminist Research Institute, French and Italian, the Performance Studies Graduate Group, and Spanish and Portuguese.

For more information please contact: Alexandra Fine,, Graduate Coordinator of the Queer, Feminist, and Trans Studies Research Cluster