Brown Matter, Noisy Flesh — A Conversation with Amber Jamilla Musser & Xandra Ibarra

Tue, Mar 26, 2019, 4:30 pm
Location: 
McCormick 106, Princeton University Art Museum
Speaker(s): 

INTERSECTIONS  WORKING  GROUP  PRESENTS

 

BROWN

MATTER,

NOISY

FLESH

 

A CONVERSATION

WITH PROFESSOR

AMBER JAMILLA MUSSER

(ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF AMERICAN

STUDIES, GEORGE WASHINGTON

UNIVERSITY) AND ARTIST

XANDRA IBARRA

Social Body Body (2017) Xandra Ibarra

MARCH 26, 2019

4:30 PM

MCCORMICK 106

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUM

 

Co-sponsored by The Department of English,

The Department of African American Studies,

and Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies

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