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Publications

S. Tay Glover and Julian Kevon Glover. “She Ate My Ass and my Pussy All Night”: Deployjng Illicit Eroticism, Funk, and Sex Work Among Black Queer Femmes. American Quarterly- Volume 71, Number 1, March 2019. P. 171-177.

“Black Lesbians—Who Will Fight for Our Lives but Us?”: Navigating Power, Belonging, Labor, Resistance, and Graduate Student Survival in the Ivory Tower. Feminist Teacher , Vol. 27, Nos. 2-3 (2017), pp. 157-175

Press: University of Illinois Press- “S. Tay Glover discusses Feminist Teacher Article.”

College Courses and Lectures

Gender, Sex, and Power: Intro to Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies

Racism in Western Modernity with Dr. Barnor Hesse; Lectures: “Enlightenment, Colonial Racialized-Gender, Feminist Historiography, and Iconography”

History of the Black World with Dr. Sherwin Bryant                       

Unsettling Whiteness with Dr. Barnor Hesse; Lecture: “White Femininity, Masculinity, and Racist Erotics”

Presentations on Feminist Labor, Pedagogy, and Leadership

“Brownbag Panel on Difficult Subjects in the Classroom: Teaching about Violence.” Invited panelist by the Ohio State University’s Department of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies. 18 November 2014.

McKee, K., Delgado, D. A., Glover, Tay, Benson, K., & Austin, S. “The Experiences of Women of Color in WGSS Graduate Programs: An Open Discussion.” Roundtable presented at the 2014 National Women’s Studies Association Annual Conference. November 2014.

Glover Tay. “Teaching to Transgress: Postcolonial Pedagogy in Teaching Introductory Critical Race Feminist Education.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Women’s Studies Association Annual Conference, part of proposed panel “Decolonizing Pedagogies: Moving Toward Racial-Sexual-Gender Justice in the Classroom.” November 2014.

Glover, Tay. “The State of Black Women in the Academy: Interrogating Transnational Feminism and US Exceptionalism.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Women’s Studies Association Annual Conference. November 2014.

Glover, Tay. “Leaning Into Fear: Becoming the Leader you Already Are.” Leadership Talk given at OSU First Year Experience’s 2014 First Year Leadership Collaborative. July 2014.

Press-Northwestern University

Academic Research Presentations

“Grammars of Blackness: Dialogics of Black Female Flesh, Black Lesbian Symbolic Annihilation, and Mutable Gender.” Paper presented at ‘TRANS(form)ing Queer,’ the Eleventh Annual DC Queer Studies Symposium” at University of Maryland, College Park. April 2018.

“The Southern, Queer, Sonic History and Decolonial Potential of "Ratchet". Paper presented at the Association of American Geographers’ Annual 2018 Conference. April 2018.

Bailey, M., Glover, S.T., Glover, J., Roach, S. “Fucking the System: Black Sexual Guerrilla Warfare in the Movement for Black Lives.” Roundtable presented at the 2016 National Women’s Studies Association Annual Conference. November 2017.

Glover, S. T., Howard, J., Isoke, S., and Little, M. “The Profundity of Deep Southern Culture”: An analysis of Queen Sugar and Moonlight.” Roundtable presented at the 2016 National Women’s Studies Association Annual Conference. November 2017.

“Pedagogies of Dissent: Love and Hip Hop, Black Lesbian Illicit Eroticism, and the Southern Black Ratchet Imagination.” Paper presented at the 2017 American Studies Association Conference. November 2017.

Love and Hip Hop Atlanta and the Southern Black Ratchet Imagination: Bass Culture, Funky Love, and Black Queer/Lesbian Femme Crevices of Power, Pleasure, and Play.” Paper presented at University of Missouri’s 2017 Black Studies Fall Conference. October 13-14, 2017.

Cooper, C., Haley, S., Glover, S.T., Johnson, J., King, T. “Archives and Genealogies.” Panel organized and facilitated at “I, Too, Am The Afterlife of Slavery: A Symposium on Saidiya Hartman’s Lose Your Mother: A Journey Along the Atlantic Slave Route.” Northwestern University. Organized by Professor Alexander Weheliye. June 2-3, 2017.

Tay Glover. “Sunday Spotlight with Tay Glover on Bathsheba Doran’s The Mystery of Love & Sex.” The Writer’s Theatre. Glencoe, IL. May 21, 2017. The theatre’s Sunday Spotlight event features a public conversation with an expert to extrapolate from the narrative of the play into a broader conversation about themes and context. It’s as much about the expertise of the guest speaker as it is about the play, while discussing a handful of places those two might intersect. Bathsheba Doran’s The Mystery of Love & Sex—explores sexual identity and race, specifically how a white Jewish girl and a black Christian boy both come to recognize their queer identity. The play also touches on stereotypical depictions of homosexuals and people of color in media, in this case the detective fiction novels of the girl’s father.

Hinesight: A Symposium on the Work of Darlene Clark Hine. Moderator for panel, “Black Women’s History.” Northwestern University. May 12-13, 2017.

SPAN Summer Research Fest. Northwestern University. April 6, 2017.

“Reconceptualizing Fascism in the Post-Civil Rights Era.” Invited panelist for symposium organized by the Northwestern Ethnic Studies Graduate Student Colloquium. March 3, 2017. “(Re)conceptualizing Fascism in the Post-Civil Rights Era” will provide a space for panelists, speakers, and audience members to think through the current use of the term “fascism” (i.e. its common use, its political utility, and the ways in which people have historically organized against it in the US context).

Bradley, R., Cooper, B., Lindsey, T., & Glover, S.T. “We Ain’t Robbing Stagecoaches, We Settin’ It Off!: Black Women’s Protest and Agency in Set It Off.” Commemoration roundtable presented at the 2016 National Women’s Studies Association Annual Conference. November 2016.

“Decolonial Gestures: Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta, Black Queer Lesbian Illicit Eroticism, and the Southern Black Ratchet Imagination.” Paper presented at the 2016 National Women’s Studies Association Annual Conference, part of proposed panel “Always Already Colonized”?: Rescripting Black Female Sex and Sexuality in Contemporary Black Feminist Cultural Production.” November 2016.

“Black. Queer. Female. Woman: Rethinking “Onticide” through a Dialogical Reading of Racialized-Gender, the Body, and Black Women’s History.” Graduate student panelist at the Black Feminist Futures Symposium at Northwestern University. May 2016.

“Southern Geo-Ontology and Geopolitics in Black Sexual Politics.” Graduate Student commentator for Dr. LaMonda Horton-Stallings’ paper presentation at the annual workshop for the Sexualities Project at Northwestern (SPAN) entitled, “Whereabouts: The Politics of Sexuality, Space, and Place. April 2016.

“Black. Queer. Female. Woman: Rethinking ‘Onticide’ through a Dialogical Reading of Racialized-Gender, the Body, and Black Women’s History.” Paper presented at Queertopia: Troubling Queerness graduate student conference, a part of panel “Relation, Irrelation, Non-relation: Afro-Pessimist Perspectives." April 2016.

“Black. Southern. Queer. Woman. : Temporal, Spatial, Visual, Ideological Liberation.” Paper Presented at the Association for the Study of the Worldwide African Diaspora 8th Biennial Conference. November 2015.