The Georgia State University Institute for Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, along with the Department of Communication, Faces of Feminism, and SPEAK, is pleased to sponsor a talk by Dr. Adela C. Licona on “Stories and Bodies-So-Far: Queer/ed Relational Re/Mixings as Coalitional Gestures,” on Tuesday, October 1st, at 4:30 pm. Dr. Licona is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Arizona and is also an affiliated faculty member of Arizona’s Department of Women’s and Gender Studies.
Dr. Licona’s publications include:
- Zines in Third Space: Radical Cooperation and Borderlands Rhetoric (2012)
- “Moving Locations: The Politics of Identities in Motion” (with Aimee Marie Carillo Rowe; introduction to Summer 2005 issue) and “(B)orderlands’ Rhetoric and Representations: The Transformative Potential of Feminist Third-Space Scholarship and Zines,” and “After Words: Feminist Praxis as a Bridge Between Theory and Practice” (with Aimee Marie Carillo Rowe; conclusion to Summer 2005 issue), all in NWSA Journal (Summer 2005)
- “Writing the Waves: A Dialogue on the Tools, Tactics, and Tensions of Feminisms, and Feminist Practices over Time and Place” NWSA Journal (with Krista Jacob; Spring 2005).
See also Dr. Licona’s website for her film and multimedia productions. Additionally, along with Sandra K. Soto, Dr. Licona is also editor of the journal Feminist Formations (electronically accessible to GSU affiliates, here).
Dr. Licona’s talk will be held in the Troy Moore Library, Room 939 of Langdale Hall (formerly the General Classroom Building), at 4:30 pm on Tuesday, October 1. This event is free and open to the public.