Queer Temporalities, Sexual Boundaries

September 3, 2019

Presented as part of the Imagining Queer Europe Then and Now conference, this panel included three presentations. The panel began with a short Q&A moderated by Fiona Anderson in which artist Liz Rosenfeld discussed her her performance lecture, Resisting Interpretation. This was followed by ‘Reflections on Hubert Fichte’s Essay on Puberty (1974)’, presented by William Martin (Al Quds Bard College of Arts and Sciences); and ‘Harvesting Time: The Legacy of Jean Genet and the Post-Algerian French 1970s’, presented by Jackqueline Frost (Cornell University and Université Paris 8).The panel took place on the second day of the conference, on March 15, 2019, at Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh. Abstracts of Martin and Frost’s presentations can be read here.