Transnational Gender and Sexuality Symposium
The panel explores such questions as: How does transnationalism affect cultural reproduction in intimate areas, such as family relations (husband-wife, parent-child), inter-generational ethnic relations, and the sphere defined as “private?”; How has transnationalism produced new intersections of race, gender and sexuality?; Does it make sense to speak of hegemony in the case of gendered images in transnational cultural currency? What is the evidence for the dialogue or interaction between the global images of women and local ones? We expect other questions from the audience will generate additional themes for discussion.
transnationalism, gender, sexuality, family relations, cultural reproduction, intergenerational ethnic relations, race, gendered images
Gender and Sexuality | International and Area Studies | Race and Ethnicity
Brennan, Denise, France Winddance Twine, and Ann Hill. "Transnational Gender and Sexuality Symposium." Ensemble video, 01:12:58. February 14, 2008. https://ensemble.dickinson.edu/Watch/o6WSx5p7