“SHAME & THE IDEOLOGIES & AFFECTS OF SEX ADDICTION”
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2018 @ 6:00PM
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2018
ROOM 212 OF THE INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH IN THE HUMANITIES, LOCATED IN THE UNIVERSITY CLUB
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Events made possible thanks to the Anonymous Fund, the Interdisciplinary Theater Studies Program, and the Departments of English, Art, and Art History.
Hanson’s lecture will be part of a three-speaker, year-long, exploration of the minor that seeks to explore visual culture that may otherwise be considered incidental to study. Isabelle Loring Wallace and Sianne Ngai, the other participants in this year’s Theory-in-Practice Lab, will come to campus during the spring semester.
Ellis Hanson is a Professor of English at Cornell University teaching Victorian and Modernist Literature. He is author of Decadence and Catholicism (Harvard, 1997) and edited the influential volume Out Takes: Essays on Queer Theory and Film (Duke, 1997). Recent work has turned to the exploration and production of mood within aesthetic theory (see Ellis Hanson, “The Languorous Critic,” New Literary History, vol. 43, No. 3, (Summer 2012), pp. 547-564 and the forthcoming essay, “The Style of Decadent Prose” in The History of Decadence, Alex Murray, ed., Cambridge UP). Two new projects consider with the sustained analysis of interiority: the first, The Aesthetics of Suffering, consider the external representation of chronic internal states, and the other, Knowing Children, concentrates on the visual representation of child sexuality in contemporary American culture.