Sarah Jane Cervenak
PhD, New York University
(Jointly-appointed with Women's and Gender Studies)
My intellectual, ethical and political interests concern the operations of racial, gender, and economic freedom in the modern world. Particularly, I am interested in the ways that wandering (rambling, roaming, meditating) describes the philosophical and performative event of resistance to racialized, gendered captivity. My research and teaching draw on methodologies within African American studies, gender studies, critical race theory, Marxist analysis, philosophy, and performance studies.