Sex, Law, and Sovereignty in French Algeria, 1830-1930 - Judith Surkis, in conversation with Stephanie McCurry, Karuna Mantena, and Emmanuelle Saada, moderated by Camille Robcis
Date(s) - 10/08/2020
5:00 pm - 6:15 pm
Judith Surkis is Professor of History at Rutgers University. She is the author of Sex, Law, and Sovereignty in French Algeria, 1830-1930 (Cornell, 2019) which has been awarded the Association of Middle East Women’s Studies 2020 book prize; Sexing the Citizen: Morality and Masculinity in France, 1870-1920 (Cornell, 2006), and is currently working on a project, The Intimate Life of International Law: Childhood, Development, and Decolonization.
Stephanie McCurry is R. Gordon Hoxie Professor of American History at Columbia. Karuna Mantena is Professor of Political Science at Columbia. Emmanuelle Saada is Professor of French and History at Columbia. Camille Robcis is Associate Professor of History and French at Columbia.
Event co-sponsored by the Columbia Maison Française, NYC Consortium for Intellectual & Cultural History and the Institute for Research on Women, Gender, and Sexuality.