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M.A. student, Sarah Stevens, to present at UK conference

M.A. student, Sarah Stevens, to present at UK conference

Dec 4, 2012
Ohio University Film M.A. student, Sarah Stevens, will be presenting her paper, "Towards a Tactile "Post": Skin, Bodies, and Performance in Post-Feminist Experimental Documentaries" at the Lesbian Lives Conference at the University of Brighton in the UK in February 2012.

Additionally in February, Sarah will be presenting her paper, "The Critical Limits of a Transformative Queer Femininity" at the Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Ally College Conference at Iowa State University.  
 
Sarah's previous conference credits include: 

The International Congress for Qualitative Inquiry at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign "Hauntings in the North American Pastoral" (May 2011) 

The Global Queerness Conference at the College of Wooster "'The Tyranny of the Clitoral Orgasm": Hysterical Bodies and Queer Femininity in Post-Feminist and Post-Queer Film" (October 2012) 

The Film and Television in the 21st Century Conference at Texas Christian University "Getting Off: Post-Feminist and Post-Queer Orgasmic Initiations in The Oh in Ohio (2006) and Shortbus (2006)" (November 2012) 

Sarah Stevens

MA 2013, Film  
 
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