[csaa-forum] Eve Sedgwick has died
andrew.murphie at gmail.com
Tue Apr 14 14:48:18 CST 2009
“What I am proudest of ... is having a life where work and love are
impossible to tell apart.”
Sad news indeed.
2009/4/14 Melissa Gregg <mgregg at usyd.edu.au>
> While the news is spreading, I could sure use some help mourning this loss
> with others.
> It is heartbreaking for me that a tribute to Sedgwick's work will soon be
> coming out in a new collection on affect theory I've edited with Greg
> Seigworth - a tribute that will now have to be amended.
> May her work and life continue to inspire.
> Dr Melissa Gregg
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