Cat Clifford Organizes Asexuality Reading Group

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August 16, 2021

Cat Clifford Organizes Asexuality Reading Group
Graceland University Assistant Professor of English Catherine Clifford, PhD

Graceland University Assistant Professor of English Dr. Cat Clifford and collaborators Dr. Liza Blake (University of Toronto, Mississauga) and Aley O’Mara (Syracuse University) organized and facilitated a summer reading group for scholars working in the emerging field of early modern asexualities. The reading group (which averaged 18 participants each meeting) met bi-weekly over Zoom to discuss selected publications central to the field. Clifford, Blake, and O’Mara are in the process of putting together a scholarly book collection centering early modern asexualities.

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