The Gendered Lectern: Performing Authority

21 November 2017, 17:00 - 19:00

Seminar Room SG1, Alison Richard Buildng

The Gendered Lectern: Performing Authority
A Roundtable Discussion

Dr VictorIa Bateman (Faculty of Economics, Cambridge)
Professor Sarah Coakley (Faculty of Divinity, Cambridge)
Rvd Peterson Feital
Professor Carmen-Helena Telltez (Faculty of Music, Notre Dame)
Dr Tali Arman-Partock
Ms Naz Yeni (Theatre Director)

                                                             

 

An interdisciplinary round table discussion about the lecture as performance, gender and authority. The panel will comprise Naz Yeni, a Theatre Director for many at the Turkish State Theatre who studied at King’s College London, Cambridge, and is currently a Ph.D. student at Anglia Ruskin; Prof Sarah Coakley who teaches modern and contemporary Philosophy of Religion at the Divinity Faculty (Faculty of Divinity, Cambridge); Venezuelan-American conductor and scholar Prof Carmen-Helena Tellez (Faculty of Music, Notre Dame); feminist economist Victoria Bateman (Faculty of Economics, Cambridge), who may come unconventionally attired; Rvd Peterson Feital (Minister to the Cultural and Fashion Industries in London) who will talk about the Pope’s fashion following his recent invitation to the Vatican to research the subject and Dr Tali Artman-Partock an Israel Institute post-doctoral fellow at the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies who specializes in Jewish and Christian constructions of gender and sexuality in Late Antiquity.

 

 

 

Open to all.  No registration required
Part of the Cambridge Interdisciplinary Performance Network (CIPN), Seminar series

Administrative assistance: gradfac@crassh.cam.ac.uk