Dominatrix – Wednesday, December 12th


Posted on December 4th, 2012 by Lauren Gutterman
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4:00 to 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday, December 12th
Knox Hall, 5th Floor (Room 509)
Columbia University


What can women who work as professional dominatrices– a seemingly “deviant” occupation on the periphery of society– teach us about ourselves, the things we culturally value, our everyday interactions, and the set of postmodern tensions that structure our lives?

The Paul F. Lazarsfeld Lecture Series at Columbia University cordially invites you to a launch event for Danielle J. Lindemann’s new book, Dominatrix: Gender, Eroticism, and Control in the Dungeon, which was released from the University of Chicago Press this fall.

The author will read a selection from the book, and refreshments will be served.

Questions about this event? Contact Michael Falco (mf2727@columbia.edu) or the author (danielle.lindemann@gmail.com).

About the Author:
Danielle J. Lindemann is a sociologist with interests in gender, sexuality, culture, identity, the family, and work. She received her PhD in sociology from Columbia in 2010 and is currently a postdoctoral research scholar at the Curb Center for Art, Enterprise, and Public Policy at Vanderbilt University. She lives with her husband in New York– a city she loves masochistically.

Support for this event is provided through the Paul F. Lazarsfeld Lecture Series.

Additional funding is provided by the Curb Center for Art, Enterprise, and Public Policy at Vanderbilt University.

 

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