The Honoring Eve Symposium: Feminism and Queer Theory
Ed Cohen, Lee Edelman, Jonathan Flatley, Jonathan Goldberg, Bill Goldstein, Katy Hawkins, Joseph Litvak, Heather Love, Michael Moon, Tavia Nyong’o, Cindy Patton, Siobhan Somerville, Carolyn Williams. Boston University 2009.
Lauren Berlant, Tyler Curtain, Maurice Wallace, and Robyn Wiegman. Duke University 2010.
When Feminism Rules: Assessing Governance Feminism Projects from the International to the Local
Janet Halley. Boston University School of Law 2013.
By Eve Sedgwick
Sedgwick Sense and Sensibility
Interview by Mark Kerr and Kristin O’Rourke in Thresholds: Viewing Culture, 1995.
Jane Austen and the Masturbating Girl
PDF of article in Critical Inquiry, 1991.
C. Carroll Hollis in Walt Whitman Quarterly, 1986.
Karla Jay in the New York Times, 1993.
Touching Feeling and Regarding Sedgwick
Elaine Showalter in London Review of Books, 2003.
The Weather in Proust
Chase Dimock in Lambda Literary, 2012.
Mary M. Alcaro, My Dear Holmes: Examining Sedgwick’s Theory of Homosociality in The Sign of Four on Academia.edu.
Emily Apted, New Conjunctions in Art Forum, 2009.
Lauren Berlant, Eve Sedgwick, Once More in Critical Inquiry, 2009.
Gavin Brown, Kath Browne, Michael Brown, Gerda Roelvink, Michelle Carnegie, and Ben Anderson, Sedgwick’s Geographies: Touching Space in Progress in Human Geography, 2011.
Jane Hu, I’m Nobody: Eve Sedgwick After Death in The Awl, 2013.
Vincent Quinn, Loose reading? Sedgwick, Austen and critical practice on Academia.edu.
Maria Russo,The reeducation of a queer theorist: Battling cancer, a nice male psychoanalyst and her own sexual demons, the diva of queer theory learned a new way of living in Salon, 1999.
Dinitia Smith, ‘Queer Theory’ Is Entering The Literary Mainstream in the New York Times, 1998.
Philomila Tsoukala, Reading A Poem Is Being Written in Harvard Journal of Law and Gender, 2010.
J. Keith Vincent, Imitation and Desire in Sedgwick and Soseki in Proceedings of the Association for Japanese Literary Studies, 2010.
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