Anchored by critical dialogue and provocative research presentations, the conference will feature breakout sessions, movement workshops, film screenings, and special guest performances from AfroFeminist Performance Routes.
The conference officially commences with an opening invocation and plenary at 1pm on Friday February 21 and concludes on Sunday February 21 with lunch.
The conference will held in Duke's new Rubenstein Arts Center ("The Ruby").
Conference registration includes all conference presentations, performances, parties, five meals and intra-conference transportation.
Conference registration opens in October.