I am currently a Visiting Researcher at University of Southern California, Roski School of Art and Design in Los Angeles. My Postdoc grant from the Danish Independent Research Council has enabled me to take a sabbatical from my Assistant Professorship at University of Copenhagen to spend five months in LA – from August 2015 until January 2016 – to work on my project on the relationship between art, racialization, and colonial history in a Danish context, while also undertaking some research for other projects at the fabulous ONE National Lesbian & Gay Archives.
I will be giving a lecture from my ongoing project on Danish colonialism on September 8 at 6 pm in the USC Roski lecture series. The lecture takes place in the Graduate Fine Arts Building (IFT) on 3001 S Flower Street at 30th, and it is open for all who are interested. Here is my abstract: