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Jack Halberstam

Thu, Nov 19    7pm

Nothing: Collapsing Architectures

Lecture by Jack Halberstam

Jack Halberstam is Professor of Gender Studies and English at Columbia University and Director of the Institute for Research on Women, Gender and Sexuality. Halberstam is the author of seven books including: Skin Shows: Gothic Horror and the Technology of Monsters (Duke UP, 1995), Female Masculinity (Duke UP, 1998), In A Queer Time and Place (NYU Press, 2005), The Queer Art of Failure (Duke UP, 2011), Gaga Feminism: Sex, Gender, and the End of Normal (Beacon Press, 2012) and, a short book titled Trans: A Quick and Quirky Account of Gender Variance (University of California Press). Halberstam’s latest book, forthcoming in October 2020 from Duke UP is titled Wild Things: The Disorder of Desire. Places Journal awarded Halberstam its Arcus/Places Prize in 2018 for innovative public scholarship on the relationship between gender, sexuality and the built environment. Halberstam is now finishing a second volume on wildness titled: The Wild Beyond: Music, Architecture and Anarchy.

This lecture is organized by the Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design Program as part of the lecture series “Techno-Critical Assemblies.” This ongoing series brings together a diverse group of speakers whose work addresses today’s most pressing challenges⁠—environmental, political, social, and beyond.

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The Techno-Critical Assemblies Lecture Series is open to current Columbia GSAPP students only.