Professor Emerita of Program in Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies
Elizabeth Grosz is Professor of Women's Studies and Literature at Duke University. She moved to the USA from Australia to take up a position in the Departments of Comparative Literature and English at SUNY Buffalo. She moved to the Women's and Gender Studies Department at Rutgers University in 2002 and took up her position at Duke in 2012
- Ph.D., University of Technology Sydney (Australia) 1981
Grosz, Elizabeth A. Volatile Bodies. Toward a Corporeal Feminism. Indiana University Press, 1994.
Grosz, Elizabeth. Sexual Subversions. Allen & Unwin, 1989.
Grosz, E. Crossing Boundaries: Feminisms and the Critique of Knowledges. Edited by B. Caine et al., Allen and Unwin, 1988.
Grosz, Elizabeth A. Irigaray and the Divine. 1986.
Grosz, E. Semiotics, Ideology, Language. Edited by T. Threadgold et al., 1986.
Grosz, Elizabeth A. Futur*Fall: Excursions into Postmodernity. 1986.
Grosz, E. “Differences disturbing identity: Deleuze and feminism.” Working with Affect in Feminist Readings: Disturbing Differences, 2010, pp. 101–11. Scopus, doi:10.4324/9780203885925. Full Text
Grosz, E. “Living Art and the Art of Life: Women’s Painting from the Western Desert.” Before and After Science. 2010 Adelaide Biennal of Australian Art, Art Gallery of South Australia, 2010, pp. 15–24.
Grosz, E. “The time of architecture.” Embodied Utopias: Gender, Social Change and the Modern Metropolis, 2003, pp. 265–78.
Grosz, E. “Histories of the present and future: Feminism, power, bodies.” Thinking the Limits of the Body, 2003, pp. 13–23.
Grosz, E. “Feminism, Art, Deleuze and Darwin: An Interview with Elizabeth Grosz.” Ariadne Lõng, vol. 7, 2012, pp. 247–58.
Grosz, E. “Embodied Utopia - time of architecture.” Panoptikum: Audiovizualia, Film, Media, Sztuka, no. 9, Akademickie Centrum Kultury UG “ALTERNATOR,” 2010.
Grosz, E. “Deleuze, Bergson and the concept of life.” Revue Internationale De Philosophie, vol. 61, no. 241, Dec. 2007, pp. 287–99.
Grosz, E. “Chaos, territory, art: Deleuze and the framing of the earth.” Idea (Interior Design/ Interior Architecture Educator’S Association, 2005, pp. 15–29.
Grosz, E. “A politics of imperceptibility: A response to ‘Anti-racism, multiculturalism and the ethics of identification’.” Philosophy &Amp; Social Criticism, vol. 28, no. 4, Jan. 2002, pp. 463–72. Scopus, doi:10.1177/0191453702028004528. Full Text