We're delighted to invite you to the third session of "Sensible Flesh: Rethinking the Body in the 21st Century" in London, Monday 12th December at 18.00, Room S8.08, King's College London (Strand Campus). Followed by drinks and a discussion. This month our two speakers will be addressing different perspectives on the AIDS epidemic:
Fiona Johnstone (Birkbeck) – ‘AIDS, art, and the “corporeal turn”’
Annette-Carina van der Zaag (Goldsmiths) – ‘Imagining a Feminist Body Within the Biomedical Development of Vaginal Microbicides’
No need to book or reserve. All welcome!
Endorsed by the Comparative Literature department, King's College London and support by the Robert's Fund.
PhD Candidate, Comparative Literature
King's College London
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